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Wannabe Geek

# 440 22-Aug-2003 03:22
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I have serius problem to get bluetooth connecting bettween my 3650 and DLink DBT- 120 (H/W B2) and widcom version

I have for the first time found information on this forum that may help.

I use WIN XP pro and WIN ME both with same DBT- 120 and wnt to bes sure that I can use the same update for both OS.


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Master Geek

  # 1164 27-Aug-2003 04:48
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D-Link's support site references that the drivers are "temporarily unavailable" for Win 98 & ME, so you might want to speak with their technical support group to find out the status. I've noticed this message for the past month with no updates as to a release date.

Here's their URL to explore further:

Hope this helps.

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Wannabe Geek

# 1165 27-Aug-2003 06:53
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Thank You

I have noticed that DLINK support side have this medssage myself and since a procedure to update the driver to BTW 1.4.16. exists on this forum I diddn't know if it only was valid for win XP.

I have now at last found what exactly went wrong in the DLINK DBT 120 driver (BTW ) that was included in the bought package togeteher with latest version of NOKIA PC suite using my 3650 :
The driver was hanging if I stop the BLT connection from the PC side and I couldnt reconnect without rebooting the PC and start the "handshake procedure once again).

By using the information on this forum how to use and install the BTW driver for use with DLINK DBT 120 i FINALLY get it working smotthless last Sunday after more than a few days of enormous frustation.
Thanks again for the information on this Geekzone forums concerning BLT and Nokia phones, specially the Bluetooth guides helps a lot to find what was the differnce in the old driver behavior compared to the new one.

For the moment I don't bother to get my WIN ME to work as long my XP works with the new driver.

If anybody wants to know exactly where the DBT 120 driver (BTW starts to work improperly togeteher with PC suite for Nokia 3650 compared to BTW driver I did take a few screenshoots that shows were the old widcomm driver hangs.

Please test out the free program " Bemused"
for 3650 to control and play remotely WINAMP using Bluettoth to see how fantastic BT can be used if the widcomm driver works

Thanks again



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Master Geek

# 1169 27-Aug-2003 12:59
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Glad all is working. BTW, I had to call D-Link on a support issue with my wireless network and asked the question for you re: using on ME and the answer was a definite "no".

As to release date, "no updates were available, but check on the support page regularly." Had a feeling that answer was coming.

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