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Topic # 13965 7-Jun-2007 17:16
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  Hi guys,

       I'm trying to design a wireless keyboard using stollman bluetooth HID module. When I try to pair  the keyboard with the PC for the first time, the PC discovers the bluetooth module comfortably. That is 15 times out of 20 attempts and also the  bluetooth device got paired when I try to pair for the first time and it works fine.

            The things go wrong from here onwards. When I unpair the device from the first PC ( I really don't know whether it is exact way, I do unpairing by "remove" option in bluetooth devices window. (I uses windows XP service pack 2 ), and when I try to pair with a second PC, the device is not even discoverable properly. Even if the device is discovered, the device is not getting paired to the PC ,

        What could be the problem?  Did I need to unpair the device in some other way? If so, please tell me. or Is it the problem with XP service pack 2?. Did I need to use the third party driver of the dongle I use?. please help me.


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Reply # 73861 7-Jun-2007 17:33
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Have you tried contacting the manufacturer as I have previously suggested to you in another discussion?

It all looks like problems with the device, so it's futile to try and guess what's wrong - it's better to contact the manufacturer, since this is not a common device that people use everyday. This is a specialised piece, so better to contact the manufacturer directly.

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  Reply # 73862 7-Jun-2007 17:39
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 Hi friend,
            Yes, they have suggested to give a pulse on a bondable pin on the bluetooth module , so that device will go for a bondable state, I have tried it . Still I get the same problems.

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