Harmony 1100 remote not updating
The remote appears to see the USB port as the display changes to a small usb icon. I tried all the following as suggested by logitech helpdesk but absolutely no difference. I can use the kids PC to load the remote etc but am curious as to how I can identify whats not working/conflict on my machine. The mouse and keyboard wouldnt work (I'm using a wireless mouse/kb).Switched off firewalls and virus checkers, tried various usb ports on the PC, put remote into safe mode, rebooted the desktop with remote in safe mode which made my PC fan run at full speed continuously after boot up??? One point to note is I am running a logitech keyboard and mouse on the PC that doesn't seem to like the remote. Thanks for any tips to start the process Ged Just plugged my harmony 200 ( cheaper version) in to this PC, it doesn't see the actual remote either, not as a separate device anyway. And earlier I tried to get the driver to install for this. Plugged the remote in the other computer, the drivers installed straight away So, in the end I had to format, because it didnt matter how many times I rebooted, the drivers for these 2 wouldn't install.Sponsored Products are advertisements for products sold by merchants on When you click on a Sponsored Product ad, you will be taken to an Amazon detail page where you can learn more about the product and purchase it.Unlike other high-end--and more expensive--models from the likes of Crestron, Universal Remote Control and Philips' Pronto line, the Harmony 1000 didn't require hiring a professional home installer to program or update it, which made it a value proposition--even if it was relatively expensive compared with other mainstream universal remotes.All in all, we liked the 1000, but it did have a few kinks.And finally, there was a bug where if you'd press down on the volume button too long the volume would shoot up (or down) at an uncontrollably fast rate.At CES Unveiled yesterday, we got a sneak peek of Logitech's newest touchscreen remote, the Harmony 1100.
Also tried to use a chrome extension from logitech to identify it manually but it didn't see it at all. Installed software, got to point of plugging in remote - nothing happens for about 2 seconds then the little " identify USB device" pops up in the lower right window. Intel i5-2500K 3.3GHz Quad Core, Asus P8Z 68-V LE MB, GTX 560 TI 1GB DDR5 graphics card, Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit, 8gb Corsair Vengeance DDR3 ram , Viewsonic VX2233WM LCD 1080P HD Monitor. Installed the software from the enclosed disc first. What i can make out with my limited knowledge is my old pc sees it as a usb device and downloads the software which then allows me to use and update it etc. No device conflicts or unrecognised USB Device pops up.. Did you install the software off the cd that came with it or did you download the latest version from Logitech ?Users griped that it wasn't quite as responsive as it should have been (the interface just seemed to lag a bit).And the remote had a tendency to freeze up occasionally and have to be completely rebooted, which was a nuisance.Got to point where it asks to connect remote to update it using their website etc and load your devices onto it.Just sat there with the message about connecting the USB cable or pressing a button on the remote to bring it out of sleep mode etc.