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AshleyDobson

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#1949 31-Jul-2004 05:23
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Hi I have recently been given a USB Bluetooth dongle, with which I want to connect to my PC with my Ipaq 2210. The only problem is I was not given any software with it. I have look all over the net for any support from Newlink, and although I can find my dongle on sale in many places support seems no existent.

http://www.cablesdirect.co.uk/productfamily.asp?catID=0&famID=265&special=newlink&rowcount=2

Could anyone give me some info on what software my dongle would have shipped with, and if it is possible to get it from anywhere. Otherwise which alternative software should I use?

Thanks

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Phatdave
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  #7745 16-Aug-2004 13:56
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Hi AShley - U might need to try to contact the vendor directly , return the product , or you could try the IVT demo software ? http://www.ivtcorporation.com/download/BlueSoleil_Download.php


Full versions are licenced.

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