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Topic # 3812 7-Apr-2005 17:19
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Dear Geekzone members.
I need your help.
I just bought USB Bluetooth that using Cambridge Silicon Radio device.

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I can only use default driver from WinXP SP2, though it came with Bluesoil Bluetooth driver in the package.

I heard that Widcomm driver has many features than default WinXP SP2 driver.
Could somebody help me to configure my Bluetooh setting so it can use Widcomm driver?

Sory for my English.

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Reply # 14058 7-Apr-2005 17:42
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I've installed a Bluetooth adapter with BlueSoleil software and it worked ok on Windows SP2. I didn't have to change anything.

As for the Widcomm, don't try. The software requires a licence for each different hardware, and yours might not be in the list, in which case installing the software will cause all sorts of driver problems.






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  Reply # 14060 7-Apr-2005 17:59
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Thank you sir.

So, which Bluesoleil driver that you use now?
And what is the brand of your USB Bluetooth?

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 14061 7-Apr-2005 18:05
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I'm using the driver that was on the CD with a Bluetake adapter.




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