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[EDIT] Also, does is it the resolution of the game that you change or the resolution of your desktop that you change? My resolution in game is 1280x800 (desktop is also the same). Then with the device manager I found a Micrsoft eHome Infrared Transceiver, I don't think it is the device I need to uninstall,but any thoughts about it? Thanks again
Hi, CONSOLE FIX! (Vista)
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I did some snooping around on the net, and I found a fix to get the console to appear for Vista users.
Apparently, Vista comes with drivers for an IR receiver. These drivers, even if you don't have a remote, interfere with the console somehow.
This post was taken from the NotebookReviews forum.
It's the ITECIR Infrared Driver interfering. You have to uninstall the driver in order to use the console in games. It's in the device manager under Human Interface Devices.
I just tried it out and the console appeared.
[Edited by skbak, 10/29/2008 1:47:21 PM]
[Edited by Frozenorc, 11/18/2008 11:25:00 AM]
[Edit] The only thing that has an IR in it, for my device manager under Human interface device, is ENE CIR receiver. Any thoughts about this one?
[Edited by Frozenorc, 11/18/2008 11:58:30 PM]
Maybe the next update will fix it! It, and the major game crashes!
If you use the Microsoft eHome remote/receiver (official media centre remote and USB receiver) you'll notice under your device manager you have a new device named Microsoft eHome MCIR 109 Keyboard; this is the cause of the tilde key not working. It also affects your plus, minus, parenthesis, hash, @, and slash keys remapping them to different functions. (some are even weird Kanji characters)
Solution is as follows and will not affect the functionality of your Media Centre remote:
1. Go into Device Manager -> Keyboards.
2. Right-click "Microsoft eHome MCIR 109 Keyboard", choose "Update Driver" ("Update Driver Software" on Vista).
3. Choose "Browse my computer for software" (XP users tell it not to install automatically and say you'll specify the location, then when it asks you where you would like it to search for drivers choose the option to choose from a list) then "Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer".
4. Make sure "show compatible hardware" is checked, then select "HID-compliant device" and click next. Click any remaining "OK" or "Finish" buttons after Windows has installed the driver.
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