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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 11547 30-Jan-2007 10:21
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can some please help???

I have a Sony Vaio Laptop model PCG Z1VA, running XP Professional with Bluespace NE- bluetooth programme
My bluetooth has stopped working and I have 5 bluetooth icons in control panel. I have removed Bluespace NE from my system but the icons I cannot remove.

I keep gettting a message saying
"an error occured while windows was saving your setting. The following settings were not saved -
Discoverability settings
Connection settings"

I have nearly pulled all my hair out trying to solve this issue, my blue tooth light is on but the programme does not work.


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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 59458 1-Feb-2007 10:37
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Aitch:


can some please help???

I have a Sony Vaio Laptop model PCG Z1VA, running XP Professional with Bluespace NE- bluetooth programme
My bluetooth has stopped working and I have 5 bluetooth icons in control panel. I have removed Bluespace NE from my system but the icons I cannot remove.

I keep gettting a message saying
"an error occured while windows was saving your setting. The following settings were not saved -
Discoverability settings
Connection settings"

I have nearly pulled all my hair out trying to solve this issue, my blue tooth light is on but the programme does not work.



I have just developed exactly the same problem, same set up except my vaio is Z1XMP.  Same error message too.

I have reinstalled bluespace but to no avail. 

I updated the intel pro/wireless 2200bg driver a few days ago but otherwise have done nothing else prior to malfunction.  System restore does not correct it.

All help gratefully received

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