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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 6594 7-Feb-2006 22:41
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HI Forum
I have HP IPAQ Bluetooth Stereo Headphones ... (comes with Widcomm for PPC which works fine with IPAQ ).....

BUT I Cannot get headphones to connect to a Pavilion Notebook ...(XP SP2 and with Widcomm (as installed with notebook)

The Notebook will find and pair with the Headphones, but cannot establsh connection - browsing shows no services available.

I am sure I have heard of these being used with Notebooks but cannot find answers.

Any tips advice on how to get these going on XP appreciated ?

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Reply # 27979 7-Feb-2006 22:55
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I am not sure but I have the idea these headphones only work with the HP iPAQ...

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Reply # 28735 18-Feb-2006 19:48
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Thanks for response
Latest update - I have heard widcomm 4.x.x driver will work with the headphones and Notebook

however Broadcomm dont provide updates for OEM , and no response from HP yet...any clues on where to get this for XP SP2 would be appreciated


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