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    Unhappy PROBLEM with my StreetDeck input plugins

    I found on "StreetDeck Input Plugins (Remotes, Steering Wheel Controls, etc.) " topic about this problem but I still can't fix this one.
    There is no StreetDeck folder in my "C:\Documents and Settings\Cuko\Application Data\ " like it shows on the picture, but there is one in my regular "my documents" folder, and it has all the files listed, without any downloadings, but my DEMO streetDeck v1.0.6.3 isn't showing any of them in the input plugins screen.

    Here is the picture with all the paths seen, and SreetDeck showing the plugin screen.


    Can anybody help, I would like to buy this so far amazing software, but before that I would like to know that everything will work with my PC

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    MB Gigabyte M61VME-S2, sAM2
    CPU AMD Sempron 64 BOX 3000+, Sck AM2
    DDR2 1024MB PC4200 (533MHz) Kingmax
    HDD Seagate ST3160812AS/ST3160811AS, 160 GB 8MB
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    Gigabyte Digital Theater Hybrid TV
    NETGEAR Wireless 802.11g USB Adapter /WG111TIS
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    In order to get the swc g35 plugin, you need to download and install Chucks SWC software...the plugin is included. The only plugin that is included with streetdeck is the phigets. In order for the plugin to show in streetdeck you must meet all prerequisites, like having a phidgets device connected and configured correctly.

    I am waiting for a response from Chuck on the g35 swc plugin as I cant get it to show up on mine.
    Mitsubishi Eclipse 2006 GT
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    You have to enable "Show Hidden Filess" to view your application data.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jAyRoCkS24r View Post
    You have to enable "Show Hidden Filess" to view your application data.
    If you look at the picture you'l see on the right upper side that i did that becouse I couldn't browse to it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharpmat007 View Post
    In order to get the swc g35 plugin, you need to download and install Chucks SWC software...the plugin is included. The only plugin that is included with streetdeck is the phigets. In order for the plugin to show in streetdeck you must meet all prerequisites, like having a phidgets device connected and configured correctly.

    I am waiting for a response from Chuck on the g35 swc plugin as I cant get it to show up on mine.
    TNX

    I don't have one installed, when you find out more ring a bell

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    I am still getting it figured out. I know that once you install SWC the plugin dll shows up in the plugins folder.

    I asked Chuck and he let me on to "Dependency Walker"...do a google search for it. Once you get it and install it, open the program and the File->open and select the .dll.

    On my system it came back and told me I needed msjava.dll and phidgit20.dll. So I found the latest copy of msjava.dll(Microsoft cant distribute it anymore) and copied it to system32 and registered it. Then I searched for the phigidts dll and on there site it shows that the file comes with one of there phigidts.msi files. I grabbed that and installed it.

    After all that, depenedency walker still has some issue, but the others went away. I opened up streetdeck and VOILA, both plugins appear in the menu. Of course, they dont work at all and I get an error, but now I am getting somewhere.

    I still dont know what its going to do for me. There is no way to map universal buttons throughout each module.... Unless this plugin does it. Right now I can get my volume and mute on 3 buttons, but not sure what to do with the other 3. Which controls would you want on your steering wheel?

    I will keep you posted on where I get tonight with it.
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    Volume +/-, Track < / >, Speech buton for Bluetooth Dial and R/T for playlist menu

    TNX for posting, good Luck

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    No luck...I am thinking the plugins will only work if you have a phigidt device. I am using chucks swc software and it works ok except when I go to standby or hibernate and then resume. When it does work though its nice having the volume back on the stearing wheel.
    Mitsubishi Eclipse 2006 GT
    Infill T3 running StreetDeck

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