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Ultimate Geek


# 18460 11-Jan-2008 07:32
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Hi
I installed this app on my n95 to use as webcam . i followed everything as per instructions but am getting following error whenever i try to connect. any ideas please ?

error : HCI error 6008

i connected to my pc with blutooth adapter and using MS bluetooth stack. (my pc is ,win xp with sp2)
Thanks for the advise

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Geek


  # 104217 11-Jan-2008 13:12
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works ok for me...



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Ultimate Geek


  # 104226 11-Jan-2008 13:35
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do you use any 3rd party software for bluetooth ? or just drivers installed by MS. am using MS drivers ie. the ones get installed when attach bluetooth dongle to PC

 
 
 
 


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  # 104234 11-Jan-2008 14:16
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im not ussing the MS version of the BT so must be 3rd party one?

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Master Geek


  # 104266 11-Jan-2008 17:05
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It sounds like a bluetooth problem to me. Have you used your bluetooth before? does it connect using PC Suite?




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Ultimate Geek


  # 104320 11-Jan-2008 23:22
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Hi Sinn
am using pc suite with USB cable and it all works fine. my USB dongle came with software but that seems to be expired. i bought this dongle on trademe.
but WWIGO says their software works with normal MS connections also.

btw definitly dongle working as i can send files from pc to phone but this is not consistent ,works once stops again!!

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  # 104329 12-Jan-2008 02:17
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just wondering if theres anyway we can use this with fring on msn?

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Master Geek


  # 104725 14-Jan-2008 12:03
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sqlpro - I suggest you uninstall the drivers you currently have and re-install the drivers that came with your USB dongle. I've found the standard MS drivers to be less than reliable at times.

If you didn't get any drivers, see if you can find some for the model/brand you have.

Hope this helps,

Cheers

 
 
 
 




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Ultimate Geek


  # 104845 14-Jan-2008 21:18
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Hi Sinn
i tried that already but to no avail. my USB dongle is not a known brand(bought it off trade me) and dont think i'll find any drivers.

like you said,drivers came with xp not very reliable, sometimes i can  transfer  files and not next minute.

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