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#1716 15-Jun-2004 06:12
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I have recently upgraded my iPAQ 3975 to Windows Mobile 2003. Now it is not recognizing the bluetooth radio that is built it. When I look under settings/system/asset viewer/bluetooth it only shows a bunch of squares and for Radio present it says "N" which I would guess means no. I have also tried to add a bluetooth modem connection, but it just says there isn't a bluetooth device installed. Any ideas how I can get my bluetooth radio visible again?

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#6572 15-Jun-2004 07:53
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Did you use the correct update? There are different ROM depending on what device you're using. Also, make sure you got this update from HP. There was a ROM update leaked before the official announcement that did not implement the Bluetooth software.




 

 

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  #6594 16-Jun-2004 06:08
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I purchased the rom update CD from a computer store in Munich, Germany. I live in Germany and HP wouldn't send me one directly, since they claim they can't ship the CDs internationally. The computer store didn't have a version in English, so they ordered me one from HP in Germany. I'm pretty sure it's a legitimate copy. Is there anyway to verify that? If it's not the correct update, I guess I'll just have to wait until I can get back to the states, because I'm not really sure how else I can acquire one over here.

 
 
 
 


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#6595 16-Jun-2004 07:22
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The original one came in a sealed plastic envelope, with a Microsoft Outlook licence key on a sticker outside. Do you have the sticker?




 

 

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