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jp_meech

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#1460 29-Apr-2004 09:59
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Can anyone help me out?
Im installing a bluetooth logitech wireless hub via usb to an older dell machien gx1 i beleive, and when i install the software i get no apps for pairing or connecting bluetooth perifrials.
I would appreciate even a point to the right direction
Thanks!
-Jp

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#5226 29-Apr-2004 10:53
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Installing the Bluetooth software should give you an icon My Bluetooth Places on your desktop, and an icon on the system tray. You don't have these?




 

 

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  #5244 30-Apr-2004 07:55
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no i dont get the icons iv done this a few times already to different pc's newer ones and this is the first time this has happened

 
 
 
 


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  #5245 30-Apr-2004 08:06
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I think this is a problem with either permissions or user profile in the registry. You can try creating a new user, place it in the Administrator group, reboot and reinstall the Bluetooth software using this new user.

Then after configuration go back to the original user and see if everything is there.




 

 

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