Originally Posted by Andy_Steb /t/1416113/harmony-remote-and-hp-ir-receiver#post_22140279
Really depends on what you are referring to.
On the HTPC it is a device. Listed in device manager with the windows 7 drivers as a Microsoft eHome Infrared Transceiver.
in the Harmony software the HP IR receiver is not a device. The HTPC is the device and you will set it up as a "Microsoft Media Center SE"
OK Bryan this makes senseQuote:
Originally Posted by bryansj /t/1416113/harmony-remote-and-hp-ir-receiver#post_22143228
1. Why would you want to do the manual screen saver? Just let the screen saver kick in on its own. My screen saver is called blank screen. It comes on after a few minutes of no activity in WMC.
3. It is called Start in the Harmony database.
4. It is called Skip. The length of skip can be adjusted in the registry.