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Reply # 58199 17-Jan-2007 22:03
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Yeah no issues with Sync - may have to give DUN a try over the next few days and see what happens.




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Reply # 58926 26-Jan-2007 15:15
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quick update - I'll blog with more detail later - including where to get the vista drivers.

Under Vista RTM

Still no go with bluetooth - same old issue, dies after 10-15mins

USB does seem to work. I had the same issue where it hangs when registering on the network but I think I have found the fix!

Open the properties for the dial-up connection and on the general tab under connect using is a configure option, open this and de-select "enable hardware flow control"  this should in turn de-select all hardware features.

Once I did this I was able to connect then disconnect and connect again without issue.

I'll give this a go under XP tonight and on another vista machine to prove my findings but it definitely looks good!




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