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Windows 7: Gyration MCE Remote?

15 Jan 2009   #1
786soul

XP/Seven
 
 
Gyration MCE Remote?

Got a quick question.

While waiting for my last part in my new PC build, I'm pondering OSs and am considering using Windows 7. Already have the beta's but it will be ONLY a media center PC. Will my gyration mce remote work with it? Hopefully the drivers are supported and I'll be okay but anyone given this a try or have insight?

Thanks.


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19 Jan 2009   #2
bimbot

Windows 7
 
 

Works fine so far. I'm using x64 Win7. I haven't tested all the functions, but the mouse functions ok, and the green button opened mce right up.....didn't even bother to look at what driver it's using. I'll post again when I get a chance to use it more.
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25 Oct 2009   #3
techno79

Windows 7
 
 

Hi. I'm interested in getting the Gyration MCE remote for using on Windows 7 also and just wondering if anyone can give their experiences of using it. In particular, whether it supports the entry of alpha numeric characters in the MCE interface?

TIA
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13 Jan 2010   #4
misterpip

Windows 7 X32
 
 
Works on one, and not on the other

I have the gyration air music. I will post a seperate thread about my problems with it on my HTPC, but it works like a dream on a HP Pavilion I have reloaded on Win 7 x32. The PC with problems has problems with all remotes, so I bought this one to see if it would resolve itself. A work in progress...
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23 Jan 2010   #5
misterpip

Windows 7 X32
 
 
this remote rocks

I had bios issues with the other pc. I now use this remote on a daily basis in a win 7 32bit system, and it is fantastic. Love it.
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