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The last 8 posts

Saturday, June 11th 2005, 5:02am

by Wet_Boots

Why not give your XP computer a dual-boot capability with Windows 98? Then you can run the old Hunter application.

By the way, is there some difficulty involved in your manually programming a controller? It certainly isn't difficult. Is there something else you are trying to achieve? Something you haven't mentioned yet?

Saturday, June 11th 2005, 2:39am

by cbima

It is now almost a year later. Are there any controllers on the market that work with Windows XP? How about X-10?

Thursday, April 7th 2005, 7:48pm

by RidgeRun05

You don't even want to think about adding the IMMS software to your residential system, it would not be worth the cost. The IMMS system is well over $1,000. I have the SRP kit on my truck laptop which I purposely have Windows 98 on so it will run the software, unfortunatly they won't upgrade to XP.

Thursday, April 7th 2005, 9:13am

by nestors

go to

Tuesday, August 24th 2004, 7:29am

by Admin

The SRP Kit only works with Windows 95 and Windows 98. It will not work with Windows 2000 or Windows XP. Hunter has no plans to ever upgrade the software to allow use with Windows 2000 or XP. Sprinkler Warehouse called and pleaded with Hunter to reconsider, however, Hunter replied with a firm No the SRP Kit will not be upgraded.

Sprinkler Warehouse is currently looking to add a new internet enabled controller to their inventory. Check often as they will be adding one as soon as they find it.

Wednesday, May 12th 2004, 3:46pm

by dwa694

<blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote"><i>Originally posted by Rays Sprinklers</i>
<br />THe only thing i know of is the SRP kit from hunter. If you want to program and run commercial sites from one location you can use the IMMS...assuming you are residential you would use the SRP
<hr height="1" noshade id="quote"></blockquote id="quote"></font id="quote">

<font face="Comic Sans MS"><font color="blue">What more can you tell me about the Hunter Product? My understanding is that it has been discontinued by Hunter. Does it really work?

Will the SRP work with Windows XP, and are software updates available?

Do you know how expensive IMMS is for use on 1 controller?</font id="blue"></font id="Comic Sans MS">

Wednesday, May 12th 2004, 10:24am

by Rays Sprinklers

THe only thing i know of is the SRP kit from hunter. If you want to program and run commercial sites from one location you can use the IMMS...assuming you are residential you would use the SRP

Sunday, May 2nd 2004, 11:51am

by dwa694

Programming a Hunter ICC Controller using a PC

Newbie Questions Below !!

Can anyone tell me how I can fully program my Hunter ICC controller using a Windows XP PC?

Is there anything else out there but the SRP-KIT By Hunter?

What he software like? I heard they discontinued it.

Will any other product and software work?

Does anyone know of a site with demo software for this purpose?