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  1. I haven't had any issues since the update, I use it on a daily basis as well. Have you tried on a different PC to see if you run into the same problems? I also noticed after the update I had to change the usb port that flirc is plugged in to because it had connection issues. Prior to the update I was messing around a lot with the USB power management settings in hopes of getting it to work, using a different port on a different internal hub fixed it for me.
  2. Redownload flirc from the website and install overtop of the old one. As soon as you open up the program it will prompt you to update the firmware.
  3. YAY, latest update from last night works, no disconnection issues, and waking from sleep functioning fine now. Thank you so much Jason!
  4. I also have the same issues with my new flirc. There is a topic in the general questions board with people having the same issues with their new flirc. This is my first flirc, so unfortunately I do not have the old flirc to fall back on to until the new one is fixed, I'm just waiting and hoping this will be resolved in the next firmware update.
  5. I just received the new Flirc adapter last night and was running into the same issue of not being able to wake the computer, and having to unplug/replug it in after sleeping in order for device manager to show it. I found a fix so you wont have to unplug and replug the device after sleeping. In device manager, I made sure all the devices related to Flirc had "Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power" unchecked, and "Allow this device to wake the computer" checked. The important thing is to make sure the root hub on the USB Host Controller has "Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power" Checked. I know this will prevent waking the computer from the remote, but it's not working right now anyway. This is just a temporary solution for me until and fix is released. I'm hoping this gets fixed soon, it's not the end of the world but it still gets me pretty bummed out. I hope this temporary fix helps EDIT: I updated to the latest firmware on my Flirc, now no matter what I try, whenever I suspend the system I have to unplug and replug the Flirc, didn't know what firmware I was on originally because the GUI only shows 4.0 on every firmware version even though the latest is 4.0.5
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