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Topic # 9381 12-Sep-2006 14:40
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OK I've installed my DBT-122 bluetooth adapter and it shows up fine in device manager, but I have no Bluetooth control panel.

I'd love to use the native stack and not install WIDCOMM, but is this an option or do I have to go WIDCOMM?

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Reply # 45927 12-Sep-2006 17:02
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If it's using the native drivers, then you should see a Bluetooth icon in the Control Panel. From there you can enable an icon in the system tray.





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  Reply # 45933 12-Sep-2006 17:57
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Will it show up in device manager at all with widcomm drivers? 

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