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# 355 23-Jul-2003 04:05
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All,

I"ve got an adaptor USB BT, but I don't know who builds it. I've saw
something like Transilica, but the box doesn't tell any other tip.

I was using 1.3.2.7 from Billionton and I just downloaded D-Link latest
driver.

Everything went ok, until the system ask for a "code". Where can I find it?

Is there any driver which doesn't need the code? Where can I find my adaptor
builder's newest driver?

I really apreciate the answers. And I'm also asking Mauricio Freitas (which seems to
be a BT specialist) to answer me in portuguese: rod_maia [arroba]
terra.com.br.

Thanks all!

Sds.,
rmf - Recife/PE


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  # 744 23-Jul-2003 13:46
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Hello!

It seems Transilica was bought by Microtune. You might want to visit their site and contact them for a driver update.

When using a driver for other manufacturer, the code requested is usually the MAC address of your Bluetooth device - the address is tied to a manufcaturer and then a code will not necessarily work with a device from another maker. Some manufacturers do not invest in updates like the big ones. I suggest you try adapters from TDK, Belkin or Bluetake.

I can't reply directly now because I'm in Australia, and have limited access to the internet. Will try to e-mail you later in Portuguese, as requested.




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