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  Reply # 7262 19-Jul-2004 23:45 Send private message

ARGH!!! All my com ports are above com10 and i remember reading that ActiveSync does not look at com ports above com10... what can i do?

how do i remove all other "bad" com ports???

I'm using Windows XP Pro SP2 (2149) with Widcomm 1.4.3.4 (IBM) from Jon's Guide site...

ActiveSync isn't seeing any com ports (bar com1 and com2) and at one stage, I don't see SPP on Bluetooth.




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  Reply # 7504 2-Aug-2004 21:29 Send private message

I'm very disappointed as I hoped SP2 would improve the BT headset sound quality using Skype or other VOIP but it doesn't even support the headset profile, or am I wrong ?

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Reply # 7506 2-Aug-2004 21:30 Send private message

You're correct... It still doesn't support some profiles.




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