MSI (Microstar) Barebone / Mega Series
* See Download section
Supported Hardware: MSI MEGA series (180, 865, 651)
Software needed: MSIDrvIF.dll, ForMpc.dll
(Come with MediaCenter III Deluxe)
Copy "MSIDrvIF.dll", "ForMpc.dll" into the system32 folder
in your Windows directory.
Default type: "REMOTE"
ID: "<Button name>"
Parameter: Repeat counter, -1 if released
Wait before repeat: 300 ms
Repeat time: 100 ms
Run plugin setup for monitoring and viewing button names.
MSIMega("Context:Command" [, arg1, arg2, arg3] )
MSIMega("STRING", "any text" [, arg] )
This section of the plugin can send data to the LED controller
of your MSI MEGA Display.You can choose a context, a command and
three arguments (which can be replaced by variables)
The context is the main option of the LED control.
You may choose MP3 to setup your display for MP3 playing.
Be sure to do an INIT at the beginning and a QUIT context
at the end of your LED control session.
Available Context values:
With the command selection you can alter the display within a context.
For example VOLUME will setup the volume bar on your display between 0-16.
TRACK will show the track number from 0-99.
Available Command values:
The arguments vary between the different contexts and commands.
For example the VOLUME command needs the first argument
to be a number between 0-16.TIME will need the last two arguments
for minutes and seconds.
A typical call will look like this:
INIT:INIT,0, 0, 0
MP3:INIT, 0, 0, 0
MP3:VOLUME, 16, 0, 0
MP3:TRACK, 15, 0, 0
MP3:TIME, 0, 12, 45
This will set your display to MP3 playing with a full volume in track 15 at 12 minutes and 45 seconds.
INIT:INIT, 0, 0, 0
SETUP:INIT, 0, 0, 0
This will display the text "SETUP" on your LEDs.
QUIT:QUIT, 0, 0, 0
This will reset your display and show the time.