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post #31 of 51 Old 12-09-2010, 04:55 PM
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(BTW, if you look long enough, you would be surprised what you can find. )

Not directed @ videobruce, but here is a bone "MX_850Setup.exe".
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Not directed @ videobruce, but here is a bone "MX_850Setup.exe".

Wink wink

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bryansj,
Nothing is wrong with that copy, it's just that I no longer have that computer in my posession.

I shouldn't have to jump through hoops. I am not a thief nor a hacker. I just need to program my remote!!!

Thanks for the tips.
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I shouldn't have to jump through hoops. I am not a thief nor a hacker. I just need to program my remote!

URC policies have been well known (and complained about) for years. At least they provide a legitimate way for non-CI folks (in the US) to get access to the software. That puts them far ahead of folks like Control4 and RTI.
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I have a old laptop (Dell Latitude C640) that I use to edit my remote. It is running version 1.12.334.0927 of the editor software, it is live updateable and works perfectly. I originally got the software when URC offered it but have since lost my installer.

I'm moving and no longer need the remote or the software... or the laptop for that matter so If anyone wants the laptop and sync cable, give me a holler. if there's enough interest I'll put it in an ebay auction starting at $1.
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I have a MX800 and MX850 which i program myself.

PM me if anyone needs help with software.
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Timoxx4; PM me. Your PM's are turned off.

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PM's are on in my control pannel. Should work ? Anyway i sent you a PM.
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I PM'd you with a question about using the MX 800 editor with the MX850.
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Yes the MX800 software will work with the 850 no worries.
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Doctor John; answered.

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Great, thanks. I saw a post by URC in their forum that the MX850 HAD to use the 850 editor. I suspected they might have been taking some liberties with that information.
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We have lost our software to the remote and just got another TV and need to install our new stuff to the remote. Can anyone send me the link to the software? I have looked everywhere for a download and have gotten no where.
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See the NXG remote page here:

http://www.nxgtechnology.com/nxg_remotes.html

under the picture of the nx-rm820, same remote as the mx-850.
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Interesting find. Too bad these are all the older models.

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Interesting find. Too bad these are all the older models.

What does the age of the remote has to do with it? The software will allow you to program the dam remote. The history of the mx-850 is long, first released as the Orion, changed names to Aeros, then the mx-850. The Nxg nx-rm820 is the same as the current mx-850, it works with narrow band RF basestations.

If the model isn't in the software, you teach the commands, it doesn't take that long.
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Everything if you wanted a newer designed remote with specific features unavailable in the older series.
Also, button placement can be a issue with the older remotes. I have a 350 and the lack of buttons and placement is a issue compared with a newer 900.

Besides, many don't want to bother learning each and every command to each and every device.

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Thanks for the URL and your post is much appreciated.
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I have the software...

 

When I bought my unit, you could download the software no problem. It is silly to keep it from users. Why do that? If you are smart enough to program your remote, you won't pay a pro $90 each time. If you are not, you don't want the software and will pay the $$$. If you don't have a remote.... you don't NEED the software.It's just Silly of the company.

 

anyway... email me and I will help. I don't know if I have the latest version but it works on mine.

 

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If you can't figure out my email, you can't figure out how to use the software...  ;-)

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See the NXG remote page here:

http://www.nxgtechnology.com/nxg_remotes.html

under the picture of the nx-rm820, same remote as the mx-850.
sofare worked to read the MX700, will not see the MX850
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Than I would say there's something wrong with mx-850. Mx-850 bought used?
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