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Topic # 6998 10-Mar-2006 23:05
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im trying to use this device
System Windows XP SP2. Removed Windows Xp default drivers. I install default cd or new drivers. Device detected normaly. But then i try search for bt devices my bt device stops and then i look device status it shows that there is no bluetooth device. After some seconds Bt device comes online.

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Reply # 30472 10-Mar-2006 23:19
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Welcome to Geekzone... Are you using a USB Hub? Make sure this device is connected directly to a port. Also check the Power Management for all USB Root Hub in the Device Manager and make sure it's unchecked.

Another thing to check is if the USB port is actually working ok.

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 30474 11-Mar-2006 00:30
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my pc has 6 slots for USB (2 in front, 2 near mouse and keyboard slot, and 2 extra)
i connect now usb-bt instead my usb printer (slots near mouse and keybord ps2 slot).
info about devices
and debug log using Spylite.exe
i tryed that bluetooth device on about 5 computers and it worked but it doesnot works on my home pc
my mainboard

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