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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 8055 31-May-2006 03:38
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i have xp + sp2

the windows recognizes my dongle and installs "issc bluetooth device"

but then, it tells me that there is a problem, and when i get into

device manager, this is the proble

"The drivers for this device are not installed. (Code 28)

To reinstall the drivers for this device, click Reinstall Driver.|

but nothing works...

please help me

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Reply # 37257 31-May-2006 11:08
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My guess is that your PC is using the Windows drivers, but it is not recognising the adapter after all. Check this thread:

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Reply # 37331 31-May-2006 19:08
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i read the thread you send to me..

but this is not the case.  i don't get a windows generic radio bluetooth.

when i plug the dongle it seem to install "issc bluetooth driver"

when i click properties on the bluetooth in the device manager i get an error with a code 38.

when i use the software of bluesoleil.. the bluetooth works with my phone (nokia 6600), but i can't get
a serial link, and that is why i want to ust another software.


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