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Reply # 19536 2-Sep-2005 16:45
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It will only work if the problem is indeed with your USB device, not with any other software configuration - I can not guarantee anything.

I have a USB on-board and a second PCI USB and my Bluetooth adapter work ok with both.





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Reply # 19557 3-Sep-2005 06:16
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hey freitasm ....
my device..... finally...... is working now..... im so happy
i got a new pci usb n it rocks.....
its working with no errors....
thansk alot to u both

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Reply # 19562 3-Sep-2005 09:33
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Good to known it was the USB adapter all along. You see, even though a USB adapter works with some devices it may not work with all devices. IT is a problem because we can only know it if a new adapter is installed.

But good to see it works for you now.







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Reply # 19579 3-Sep-2005 17:51
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Greetings 'freitasm' and 'fakefazeel'

Glad to hear that my solution of replacing with a new PCI USB Slot works.

Anyway., I have heard that, this problem is with many AMB 'ASUS" based mother boards and rarely some low quality/priced Intel based mother boards.

Very well.,
Enjoy.,

Bye

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