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Topic # 4700 19-Aug-2005 06:45
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I have a microsoft Wireless Transceiver for Bluetooth, and obviously i use MS stack, can i force installation of widcomm bt stack on this device?

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  Reply # 18730 19-Aug-2005 13:50
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What do you mean with modified drivers? If it is possible, i'm not afraid to do it!

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Reply # 18731 19-Aug-2005 13:53
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  Reply # 18764 19-Aug-2005 22:44
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thank's for help, but exactly what sould i search on google?



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  Reply # 18895 23-Aug-2005 08:16
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can you help me, freitasm?

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Reply # 18897 23-Aug-2005 08:32
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Reviewer: A electronics & photo fan from London United Kingdom
I was a bit dubious when I bought this, having read a number of reviews that said that it would only work with the Microsoft Bluetooth stack, which in turn doesn't support many other BT products. To set the record straight this is completely incorrect. The MS desktop implements the bluetooth HID interface, which Widcomm 1.3 does not seem to support. After upgrading Widcomm to the latest version I had the keyboard and mouse up and running with the integrated Bluetooth adapter on my acer travelmate 800. Fantastic. The keyboard and mouse themselves seem well built, with a nice solid feel - although I would like the mouse to be a bit more responsive - even with the pointer speed set to fatest it does still drag a bit. All in all a great product - and both keyboard and mouse are battery powered, suiting mobile use with a laptop, rather than Logitech's rechargable offering.

from http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B00007DSWD/202-5690603-3602234 after searching google http://www.google.co.nz/search?hl=en&q=microsoft+wireless+bluetooth+mouse+widcomm&btnG=Google+Search&meta=

Not sure if this is what your looking for, but search engines are pretty good these days - just type in the keywords of the subject you are searching for, and computers do the rest...

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Reply # 18901 23-Aug-2005 08:56
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panda: can you help me, freitasm?
You have to use Google. There are sites where you can download modified drivers or instructions on how to do yourself. I am sorry, but it is our policy not to link to source of pirate or copyright infringing material.






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  Reply # 18924 23-Aug-2005 10:47

maybe look here for some direction
http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=35927

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