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Topic # 2088 21-Aug-2004 18:34
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Can't help myself. Installed XP SP2, first uninstalling Billionton BT stack to give the MS one a go. Now ICS doesn't work with my T3. Not really surprised, but has anyone else had a look? Mauricio?

There are a few 1.4xx versions of the Billionton BT stack on their website Anyone know which version to use, P or N?


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Reply # 7886 21-Aug-2004 19:18
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Service Pack 2 will not provide the service required to implement the LAP and ICS trick. I'm afraid you have to either restore the XP to before the SP2, install the Bluetooth software and then reinstall SP2, or manually install the Bluetooth drivers. Give me an e-mail address where I can send you instructions - I'll post them here later, but I can send now a file I've got from Widcomm.

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  Reply # 7896 22-Aug-2004 20:31
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Hi Mauricio

You can contact me on my profile email.

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