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Using the Infrared Port on a Notebook

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I want to use a remote to instruct my notebook to play, stop, next track, previous track, volume, etc., MP3s while the notebook is closed (no access to keyboard/point stick). Best case I can inject the information into the player I''m already using. Worst case (other than I can''t get it to work) is that I have to write a simple MP3 player that reads in a file that is a list of MP3 files. MSDN talks about the functions to do this, but none of the mentioned header files are present on my home or work machine. They may be for CE anyway. Any information, example code, etc., that you may wish to share on infrared port or playing MP3s would be appreciated. Thanks Mike Roberts mlbobs@telocity.com

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