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  1. Hi Henning Yes did get a reply. Jason contacted me directly and we got the problem sorted. I would recommend if you are experiencing this problem to email flirc support and hopefully this can be resolved fro you. To Jason - Thank you so much, I love the Flirc, it is working perfectly with my HTPC!!
  2. Thanks Chris for all your help and advice. I shall contact Jason and fingers crossed, I'll get this sorted. Thanks again
  3. I did force firmware update to the same, latest firmware, but this did not solve the problem. Are there any services which flirc depends upon, or that start when the gui starts? Only I have some services disabled/manual which may be something for me to look at..... If not, what else can you recommend I try?
  4. Hi Chris Thanks for the reply. I clicked on 'upgrade firmware' which of course took me to a file browser for the firmware file, but I do not know where the firmware file is. I am current on 2.6. Where can I find the latest or alternative firmware to update it with? thanks
  5. Hi Firstly, I am very impressed with flirc when I first programmed it, everything on my Win 7 PC for XBMC worked fine. However, after booth reboots and turning the computer on and off, apon restart my remote does not work. I noticed in the devices and printer section in the control panel that flirc is not listed after a restart as a USB keyboard; instead bootloader is listed. The only way I can fix this is to open the flirc gui used to assinged buttons and then it says 'bootloader found', it connects (slowly) as DFU, and then I can use it. This seems a bit inconvenient - I assumed (like with my bluetoth keyboard) that after restart it would just 'be there'. I did have problems initially installing the drivers. So FYI what I did was installed the flirc driver first then a device called btld i think it was requested the bootloader drive. Anyway, I hope this is a simple solution for this as, apart from this minor inconvenience, flirc is amazing! I look forwrd to hearing any ideas from anyone on what I can try tyo get flirc to connect automatically as a USB keyboard without loading the gui Thanks
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