I'm using a Packard Bell Fast Media Remote, and I can't seem to get it to read the remote. Is there a generic IR port that needs to be installed to be able to tell it to read it? Cause all the programs are looking for COM Ports.
RE:Got a remote, but it doesn't work (modified 0 times)
I bought a generic learning remote and programmed it to control the webplayer. The remote was about $20 from Best Buy. Make sure you get a learning remote and not one of the N in One remotes. Then simply follow the remote's programming instructions treating the webplayer keyboard as the old remote. I programmed mine to control a custom mp3 player. For example: I programmed volume up and down as '=' and '-'. Then I configured the mp3 player to expect those keys. Shifted keys may be to complex, I'm not sure. 'f' and 'b' were forward and backward through songs.Chad http://www.kcrproducts.com/virgin
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