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Software to identify received commands by Zotac AD-10

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Does anybody knows a software to be installed in a Zotac mini-pc to show me the commands received from it's IR remote control?
I need to know what is sent when I press the power on and power off keys on the AD-10 Zotac mini-pc.
I know the GC-IRL IR Learner from Global Cache, but it costs 85 bucks, too much to learn just two codes.
Any help?
Thank you
Marcos
Edited by marcosreg - 1/28/13 at 9:31am
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THIS solution is only about $30. I have one, and it works beautifully.
post #3 of 4
FWIW, I did see some Zotac-related discussions on a Linux blog and someone posted what look like IR hex strings for discrete commands that might be relevant to what you're trying to achieve:

http://ben.periton.co.uk/2012/06/configuring-the-zotac-zbox-remote-control/

...and there are quite a few (maybe) related discussions from Zotac-users using XBMC that might give you some pointers.

Looks like a very interesting box - I need to check it out further!

Dave
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Originally Posted by mdavej View Post

THIS solution is only about $30. I have one, and it works beautifully.

Zotac AD-10 comes with an USB IR receiver.
Do you think I can use it with the IR_Scope?
Regards,
Marcos
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