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Old 02-22-2007, 03:49 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Yea I have tried that it's no better, the problem is I thought I was using ms stack because I could see the Bluetooth in the control panel working but it's using the widcom drivers still even when I modify the bth.inf file it still can't use the ms stack drivers for some reason what I get in device manager is %BluetoothClassName% then the Bluetooth adaptor under it with a yellow mark beside it and no driver loaded, Is it possible that the ms stack driver is damaged and can't load if so can anyone send me a copy of it C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers the file is called bthusb other than that I haven't got a clue whets wrong the Bluetooth adaptor I am using is a Belkin and I have added it to the inf /bth.inf file with the hardware id, any help out there as I am slowly going mad I am use to using Linux and not windows but as my company has supplied me with a laptop with XP on it I have no choice only to use it, So all help is greatly needed


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