|Post 1 made on Saturday June 10, 2017 at 12:13|
So I still use a mx3000 and I am not sure if anyone else did it but,
I got it to work with windows 10.
1) Locate the MX-3000Setup.exe.
2) Right click then click properties.
3) Click the second tab on top called compatibility.
4) check the box labeled (run this program in compatibility mode for:).
5) set it to windows xp (service pack 2) click apply then ok.
6) Install MX-3000 EDITOR and ignore Windows Mobile Device Center (let it fail).
7)locate the main MX-3000 Editor file after install and set it to windows xp sp2 compatibility mode the same way we did in steps 2-5.,
should be in C:\Program Files (x86)\Universal Remote Control, Inc\MX-3000 Editor
8) install drvupdate-amd64.exe (google search).
Note: Do not let the remote go to sleep during the remaining steps.
• Connect the remote via USB
• Open Device manager
• Double-click the exclamation mark in Device Manager
• Click "Update Driver"
• Click "Browse My Computer"
• Click "Let Me Pick"
• Choose "Mobile Device"
• Choose "Microsoft" as the manufacturer
• Choose "Microsoft USB Sync"
Windows Mobile Device Center should now open, and the remote should chime when it connects.
With the mx still on open editor and test it.
|Post 2 made on Thursday July 27, 2017 at 03:16 |
Thanks for sharing this with us, john4411! I may have to try this out later on.
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