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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 23112 18-Jun-2008 17:59
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I recently bought a D-Link DBT-120 from a guy I know and he didn't give me a cd with it so i download the drivers of line but after i install them and i have my DBT-120 all plugged in i go to the tray icon and right click and all it gives me is "Start Using Bluetooth" so i click on that and then it says "Your Bluetooth Software license does not include use with this Bluetooth Device. [6]" and the only option it gives me "Cancel" and so i click on that and then it sends me to this browser window where it want me to find the license.dat file and i don't have one because i do not have the cd so i click cancel and then it pops up another window that says "Bluetooth Sortware license file not found. [2]" can anyone help?!?!?!?!?

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 139108 19-Jun-2008 08:09
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I figured it out ok here's what I did, I ran the install and when it asked me for the widcomm code i said cancel then when it asked me if i wanted to insert my adapter(which is a DBT-120) I said no then let it finish and reboot and then plugged in my adapter and installed the drivers then went to the folder where the setup.exe file was located and then i went into the directory labeled "svcpack" in there was an exe file named "BtFaeSec.exe" and i dbl-clicked on that and then it asked me for the Widcomm Security Code so i entered mine and then went down to the Bluetooth tray icon and right clicked and selected "Start Using Bluetooth" and then it worked(you might have to go to the tray icon and click "Start Using Bluetooth" more than once)

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