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Old 09-11-2007, 07:28 AM   #57 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by morser View Post
Unfortunately these drivers are not WHQL certified, and cannot use the XP(sp2) built in Bluetooth stack.
I don't get very well the point of the procedure described in the first post. Maybe I need an explanation of how BT drivers are layered.

Is there a main BT stack driver, which other drivers for specific BT services rely upon? Is it possible to force those drivers to use MS's native stack, instead of the manufacturer's stack? Sounds unlikely...

I have a Dell D610 with a Toshiba Wireless 350 BT internal module (and relative manufacturer's drivers) and the device manager is listing 4 devices: RFBNEP, RFBUS, RFCOMM and RFHID (that are all marked with a network adapter icon, not a BT icon). Which one am I supposed to use in the bth.ini file?

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