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PostPosted: Thu Jul 07, 2016 5:11 pm    Post subject: Help with EXTENDER/8080B02 Reply with quote

i have the 8080b00 thinking this would work even though it says 8080boo2 trying to add the extender but do not fully understand the instructions

I use a parallel interface that works great in both windows and linux
It seems like i may have to use an older version of ir.exe which i can do i triple boot into win7 linux and win xp If anyone can help i would really appreciate it. The instructions are as follows and if any one can explain it differently that might help or if you think it will not work i need someone familiar with this older remote
Keymoves or Macros can be assigned either to Magic (SETUP in IR) or shift
Volume punch through will now punch through to all devices. Key moves still take precendence over VPT.
Scan Functionality is enabled for any device, but keymoves and macros take precedence over SCAN, so if you don't like SCAN, assign a keymove or macro to it.
Discrete codes for backlight (LightOn, LightOff, & LightToggle). For more details see the Divergent Features document)
Macros can call other macros (if you want to put macros on the device keys, you need to read the Divergent Features document)

What's missing:

The menu system (definitely gone, not to return)

Installation notes:

Here are the steps to install the extender.

1. Replace the RDF in your IR directory with the one in the ZIP file. See the Divergent Features document for an explanation of what is in the new RDF. Note: This new RDF sets the time in the remote to the same as the time in your computer. Thanks to Mark Pauker for this cool feature!

2. Load your config in IR.

3. Add this device:

Upgrade code 0 = 6F D1 (Misc Audio/2001)
FF 00 21 66 06
End

4. Load in the following protocol:

Upgrade protocol 0 = 01 FF (P8/740)
00 00 01 CF 4F 68 68 38 A6 F6 A5 F5 E9 A5 B0 01
CA 3C 65 F7 3C 02 F8 85 60 86 61 3C FF F4 20 96
85 3C 64 F7 3C 03 F8 A5 60 A6 61 1A E8 3C FF F4
20 96 85 4C 65 02
20 11 88 67 39 03 20 59 9C 6F 39 20 B9 82 A5 CE
85 D0 20 D7 86 20 D4 86 20 F4 02 A2 1F 9A 12 D8
2F 0C 20 81 83 3C 00 D2 20 CC 87 20 78 8A 20 D4
86 64 B5 D0 0C 47 B3 09 37 B0 03 20 4E 9F 20 39
8B EF 3E 3C 20 3F 57 B0 00 64 C7 F0 02 CF 3E 3C
00 19 A9 0F 25 B3 85 B3 EF 3B AF 3B 58 C2 BF 3B
FF 3B BF 3F BF 3D DF 3E 5F 3E F7 C8 0D FF C8 A5
C8 C9 1E 90 CC 20 A5 9C 80 C4 97 B3 03 4C 65 02
77 39 BE 20 9D 8A 64 C7 D0 B7 20 F6 8A 80 AF 3C
80 25 A2 1E 86 C7 CF 3E A5 D0 57 B0 09 17 B2 03
A7 B2 03 5F B0 60 D0 01 60 6F 52 6F 53 A5 D0 C9
80 B0 3D C9 42 D0 07 3C 31 D0 20 20 93 60 C9 41
D0 03 7F 08 60 C9 40 D0 03 6F 08 60 C9 47 90 0E
38 E9 40 A2 00 E9 07 F0 03 E8 80 F9 86 B7 C9 45
90 0E D0 06 A5 B7 8D 64 02 60 AD 64 02 85 B7 60
07 B2 03 20 31 93 47 B3 40 D7 5A 04 DF 5A EF D0
20 F3 96 90 37 20 79 98 90 35 A5 D0 C9 0F F0 33
C9 1F F0 2F A5 D0 C9 35 D0 05 8F 5A 4C 4A 9F 20
A8 8D 20 2E 85 B0 03 4C 31 9D A6 B7 86 D5 EF 5A
E7 AD 03 4C BF 8C 4C C8 8C 4C 0B 9A 4C 15 8D 4C
AD 03 60 CF 5A 4C DC 9E 6F 39 20 A3 95 29 0F 85
F4 8D 2E 02 A5 F5 48 A5 F6 48 A9 02 37 B2 01 3A
20 8B 95 20 9F 98 68 85 F6 68 85 F5 37 B2 0B AD
2F 02 E3 06 3C 04 DC 20 61 94 3C 00 B1 3C 00 B5
3C 00 B6 AD 2E 02 F0 18 0F B2 CE 2E 02 A6 B1 E6
B1 BD 30 02 85 D0 F0 EB 3C 01 D2 20 F4 02 80 E3
1F B2 3F B2 60 EA
End

5. Set up a key move (with any EFC or hex code) to call Misc Audio 2001.

6. Save your configuration (optional)

7. Load it into your remote and use your key move to activate the
extender. You can tell the extender is loaded because when you press
a button, both the AM & PM indicators light on the LCD.

P.S. Thanks to Hal Takahara for generously donating his 8080B02 to the cause.
I seems like a may have to use an older version of ir.exe which i can do i triple boot into win7 linux and win xp If anyone can help i would really appreciate it.
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