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Topic # 4300 29-Jun-2005 01:26
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I have a Bluetooth Usb Adaptor but my cd is damaged. The software is Widcomm 3.0.1.912. I am really desperate. I need the software. Please send URL for the download as I have searched but cannot find any sources.

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Reply # 16117 29-Jun-2005 10:41
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You have to contact the manufacturer or search on their websites for a download. The Widcomm/Broadcom software is licenced to specific hardware and the download from one company (most of times) will not work on another hardware.




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Reply # 16431 11-Jul-2005 19:19
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Thanx, but i have tried looking for the software on the web but have had absolutely no luck. The manufacturer can't help me either. I dont have proof of purchase. Yeah, I know, pretty dumb. I was wondering if you could send me the download sites url.

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