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Topic # 6299 14-Jan-2006 11:08
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hello. I have a P910i and use Widcomm drivers 5.0.1 and Symbian OPM 2.4.0.5.
1. When I select the bluetooth serial port in OPM to connect my phone it gives me an XP Blue Screen and restart. can`t see what is the reason for bluescreen because it restarts too fast.
this is a huge problem and it`s driving me mad. the pc suite connects well but also if i use my siemens on the same port to conect with siemens pc suite it restarts my PC. can I change someow the port number??

2. is there a place to download another widcomm version? is widcomm the problem?

3. is there a software that analyzez my com ports and makes a list?? like com 7 : BT serial port for connection with P910. because if in MyBt Places i give the CONNECT command to Bt Serial Port with P910 it gives me the connected message and then the icon does not stay connected.

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Reply # 26421 14-Jan-2006 11:11
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Most BSOD are caused by bad drivers, then hardware problems (HDD failures, memory)...

Are you using the original software distributed with this Bluetooth adapter?







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  Reply # 26424 14-Jan-2006 11:30
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no. this BT adapter is no brand and came with something BlueManager wich is bulls**t. i can`t do anything with it. i tried BlueSoleil to but is not doing very much. so i use widcomm.

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 26425 14-Jan-2006 11:34
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It sounds then that the Widcomm is not the appropriate driver. Are you using Windows XP SP2? If yes, have you tried using the native drivers instead?







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  Reply # 26426 14-Jan-2006 12:16
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yes. but i can`t do anything with it.

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