You can uninstall the software for the transceiver by right-clicking your desktop, selecting “Manage,” selecting “Device Manager,” clicking the plus sign next to “Human interface devices,” right-clicking “eHome Infrared Transceiver and clicking “Disable” or “Uninstall.” The device will still be in your computer but
What is Microsoft eHome Infrared Transceiver?
The eHome Infrared Transceiver is a piece of PC hardware built directly into a computer. It detects infrared signals from remote controls and translates these signals into control information that the computer can use.
What is ite Infrared Transceiver Windows 10?
The ITE eHome IR Transceiver enables desktop and Media Center functions to be controlled by an MCE remote control. I would suggest you to install latest ITE Infrared Transceiver Driver from HP website and check if it helps.
What is MCE remote?
Media Center Edition (MCE) remotes are designed to control PCs running Microsoft Windows with Windows Media Center. MCE remotes come with an external infrared receiver that connects to a PC via USB. Newer PCs may have the IR receiver integrated in the case.
What is an ITE device?
With respect to Electromagnetic Compatibility, Information Technology Equipment is a group or “family” of product, which include devices that have a primary function related to the collection, transfer, storage, or processing of data. Generally ITE equipment is low voltage in nature, below 600V rated supply.
What is HID keyboard device Windows 10?
Human Interface Devices (or HIDs) are a class of computer peripherals with which you input commands. HID keyboards are no different from the Standard PS/2 keyboards in laptops, except that they are plugged in via the USB rather than be inbuilt.
What is a listed ITE computer?
Listed ITE is required by UL 60950 to have a nameplate marking that includes manufacturer’s name, voltage, frequency and maximum rated loads in amperes.
What are the IT devices?
This includes devices such as the following:
- desktop computers.
- laptop computers.
- mobile phones.
- tablet computers.
- storage devices, such as flash drives.
- input devices, such as keyboards, mice, and scanners.
- output devices such as printers and speakers.