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#2290 18-Sep-2004 17:13
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Hello,

I have followed the "Bluetooth Internet Sharing guide for iPaq Windows Mobile 2003" step by step and things seem to be fine. But when I try to connect a website I get the message: "The page you are looking for cannot be found". What should I do?

Thanks.

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#8662 18-Sep-2004 17:31
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  #8670 19-Sep-2004 03:38
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Thanks! I did connect to the internet via bluetooth, but the range of operation is just too low. if I get 6-7m away (even without anything between the adapter and the Pocket PC) the connection gets lost... Any help?

Possibly a problem on the adapter?

 
 
 
 


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#8678 19-Sep-2004 11:23
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Most adapters are good for a 10m range, but conditions may cause the range to vary (more or less). The distance you report seems to be right. Getting a 100m Bluetooth device shouldn't help, since the Pocket PC is 10m only.

Make sure the Bluetooth device is visible (on top of the desk, or on the side of the monitor), you can use a USB lead to position the dongle somewhere else (I've done this, and it covers most of my house now).




 

 

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