My RC6 remote up and broke on my when I updated Windows 10 to update 1607 ‘anniversary’ edition in Windows 10 on my Intel NUC. Long story short, I found out what it was, huzzah!
This was the remote I used: [easyazon_link identifier=”B01H1XUTYK” locale=”US” tag=”vivithemage-20″]Rosewill Accessory RHRC-11002[/easyazon_link] coupled with this older [easyazon_link identifier=”B00HVKLSVC” locale=”US” tag=”vivithemage-20″]Intel NUC DN2820FYKH [/easyazon_link]
So I had some free time to dig around on this on my own. Oddly enough, I had a back up from 2015 of this system, so I went to check my registry, and found out that this bit of the hive is volatile (only stored in memory), so I looked at the older ones in that save under currentcontrolset001/002 and found one difference. On my running system I went to:
GOOD TO GO, works fine now.
Oy. I don’t even remember what told me to change it to 8 in the first place.