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I then used the instructions below to volume lock the aux so that i did not have to switch back and forth from cable to aux to adjust volume and change channels
Setting Global Volume Lock
Global Volume Lock will force the volume and mute keys to be controlled by one device.
Press and hold the "Setup" key until a device key blinks twice.
Type in the code 993. A device key should blink twice.
Press and release the device key for the device you want the volume locked to.
You will get two blinks if the lock is successful.
I had the same problem with my U-verse s10-10 remote and a yamaha SR 300 soundbar. Here is how I got my volume control (but NOT power control) on the yamaha working:
First - always send volume control to the AUX button: Press and hold AT&T key and OK for 1 second, release, look for 2 flashes. Now press AUX button. The AUX button will show a long flash.
Second - Go through the manual programing steps listed in the guide for the AUX button (hold AUX and OK for 1 second, release; 2 flashes, punch in code). But instead of pressing the Power button to try to turn off your yamaha soundbar, press the volume up / down and Mute button. I think the code that worked for me was 4045 but I honestly don't remember.
The key is that you have to send the volume control to the AUX button first or it's all a wash.
Shut off windows system restore. (A must do first). Update your antivirus software & perform a full system scan. When completed shut down your system. Unplug the power cord from the power supply. Open your case & touch the metal framing with your hand to discharge any static. Remove your system memory. Wait a minute or two. Re-install your memory. Close up your case. Plug the power cord back into the PS. Power up your system. Check windows for updates. Do not use the Express button. Use the Custom button. Download all security updates & look to the left and install any hardware updates as well. Restart windows after updating. There are viruses that attach themselves to *.exe files and they can restart your system. Running a system wide scan and pulling your memory takes any chance of a virus storing its self within your system memory. If this does not stop your system from restarting when opening a program. Uninstall that program. Restart your system. Than reinstall that program. You can turn windows system restore back on when you feel 100% sure your programs function correctly and windows does not restart its self. Create a system restore point. Hope you find this helpful. Cheers! Mike