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Old 12-19-2006, 11:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How does one make the enable bluetooth option of desktop manager? Mine is greyed out.
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Make sure that you have a bluetooth adapter or built into the pc (obvious I know), have the BB and pc paired, open desktop manager (from here you will see two icons appear on the task bar), double click the BlackBerry Device Manager Properties icon, on that screen you'll see enable bluetooth support and click the box, then click on configure bluetooth and add, from there you will add your BB.

Then go to the desktop manager, go to options then connection settings, on the connection drop down highlight bluetooth and enable bluetooth support, from there you should be set.
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This I have done... however, the desktop manager option is still geyed out.
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I have purchased a Targus ACB10US USB Bluetooth dongle... installed it... even had it paired with my laptop. Everything to that point was working... except this option in desktop manager.
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Does the Targus use it's own bluetooth stack or the built in SP2 bluetooth stack in XP? Did you have to install any software? If so it won't work.

In order to get the bluetooth synching abilities in desktop manager you must be using the XP SP2 bluetooth stack. I have a Belkin dongle that works flawlessly for synching.
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Well... I initially installed the bluetooth stack that came with my dongle. After reading some troubleshooting here about this, I uninstalled it to use the Windows stack. The bad news... I am running XP Pro w/ sp2 and neither before or after is the bluetooth option in the control panel. I thought that maybe if I plugged the device in w/o drivers, Windows would recognize it and do some sort of install. It does nothing... almost as if the Windows stack isn't here.
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Have you read the article on how to edit your bth.inf file? I'll try to find it here.
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I don't believe that I have seen this. I have however followed the Microsoft Knowledge Base discussion that was in a different thread. It had me select Start -> Run -> bthprops.cpl -> Go... this did absolutley nothing, like bthprops.cpl did not exist.

Thank you for taking the time to assist me with this... very frustrating for a guy w/ little patients.
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Not a problem. Okay, I can't find the post so I'll try to walk you through this the best I can.

First thing's first, you'll need to remove any software that you installed with the BT dongle.

Once this is done go to 'My Computer', double click the c:, and go to tools on the menu bar, then folder options, click on view, then show hidden files and folders.

This will allow you to find the inf directory in windows. c:/windows/inf

From there locate your bth.inf file.

This is what it will look like (I cut off the stuff at the bottom that we don't need to worry about.

Quote:
; Microsoft Windows Bluetooth Driver INF
; Copyright (c) 2002 Microsoft Corporation

[Version]
LayoutFile=layout.inf
Signature="$Windows NT$"
Class=Bluetooth
Provider=%MS%
CLASSGUID={e0cbf06c-cd8b-4647-bb8a-263b43f0f974}
DriverVer=08/03/2004,5.1.2600.2180

[DestinationDirs]
DefaultDestDir = 11 ;LDID_SYS
BthPort.NT.CopyFiles = 12 ;DIRID_DRIVERS
BluetoothClass.NT.CopyFiles=11 ;LDID_SYS
BthUsb.NT.Copy = 12 ;DIRID_DRIVERS
BthEnum.NT.Copy = 12 ;DIRID_DRIVERS
Serial.NT.Copy = 12 ;DIRID_DRIVERS
Fsquirt.NT.CopyFiles = 11 ;LDID_SYS
Bthprops.NT.CopyFiles = 11 ;LDID_SYS

[ClassInstall32.NT]
AddReg=BluetoothClass.NT.AddReg
CopyFiles=BluetoothClass.NT.CopyFiles

[BluetoothClass.NT.AddReg]
HKR,,,,%BluetoothClassName%
HKR,,NoInstallClass,,1
HKR,,Installer32,,"bthci.dll,BluetoothClassInstall er"
HKR,,Icon,,"201"

[BluetoothClass.NT.CopyFiles]
bthci.dll
bthserv.dll

[ControlFlags]
ExcludeFromSelect="BTH\MS_BTHBRB"

[Manufacturer]
%Microsoft%=Microsoft
ALPS=ALPS, NT.5.1
Belkin=Belkin, NT.5.1
Brain Boxes=BrainBoxes, NT.5.1
Broadcom=Broadcom, NT.5.1
Cambridge Silicon Radio Ltd.=Cambridge, NT.5.1
Dell=Dell, NT.5.1
FIC=FIC, NT.5.1
GVC=GVC, NT.5.1
HP=HP, NT.5.1
IBM=IBM, NT.5.1
Microsoft=Microsoft, NT.5.1
Motion Computing=MotionComputing, NT.5.1
Silicon Wave=SiliconWave, NT.5.1
Sony=Sony, NT.5.1
TDK=TDK, NT.5.1
TOSHIBA=Toshiba, NT.5.1
Wistron NeWeb=Wistron, NT.5.1
Zeevo=Zeevo, NT.5.1

;------------- Device section - Start -----------------------

[ALPS.NT.5.1]
ALPS Integrated Bluetooth Device= BthUsb, USB\Vid_044e&Pid_3005
Alps Bluetooth USB Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_044e&Pid_3006

[Belkin.NT.5.1]
Belkin Bluetooth Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_050d&Pid_0081
Belkin Bluetooth Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_050d&Pid_0084

[BrainBoxes.NT.5.1]
Brain Boxes USB Bluetooth Adapter BL-554= BthUsb, USB\Vid_05d1&Pid_0003

[Broadcom.NT.5.1]
Blutonium BCM2035 Bluetooth 2.4 GHz Single Chip Transceiver= BthUsb, USB\VID_0A5C&PID_200A
BCM2033 Bluetooth 2.4 GHz Single Chip Transceiver= BthUsb, USB\VID_0A5C&PID_200F

[Cambridge.NT.5.1]
Generic Bluetooth Radio= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0a12&Pid_0001
CSR Nanosira= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0a12&Pid_0003
CSR Nanosira WHQL Reference Radio= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0a12&Pid_0004
CSR Nanosira-Multimedia= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0a12&Pid_0005
CSR Nanosira-Multimedia WHQL Reference Radio= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0a12&Pid_0006

[Dell.NT.5.1]
Dell TrueMobile Bluetooth Module= BthUsb, USB\VID_413C&PID_8000
Dell Wireless 350 Bluetooth Module= BthUsb, USB\VID_413C&PID_8103

[FIC.NT.5.1]
FIC Bluetooth Wireless Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_05b1&Pid_1389

[GVC.NT.5.1]
GVC Bluetooth Wireless Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0525&Pid_a220

[HP.NT.5.1]
"HP USB BT Transceiver [1.2]"= BthUsb, USB\Vid_03F0&Pid_0C24

[IBM.NT.5.1]
Bluetooth UltraPort Module from IBM= BthUsb, USB\Vid_04BF&Pid_0317
IBM Integrated Bluetooth= BthUsb, USB\Vid_04BF&Pid_0318
IBM Integrated Bluetooth II= BthUsb, USB\Vid_1668&Pid_0441
IBM Integrated Bluetooth III= BthUsb, USB\Vid_1668&Pid_2441

[Microsoft.NT.5.1]
Microsoft Wireless Transceiver for Bluetooth= BthUsb, USB\Vid_045e&Pid_007e
Microsoft Wireless Transceiver for Bluetooth 2.0= BthUsb, USB\Vid_045e&Pid_009c

[Microsoft]
%BTH\MS_BTHBRB.DeviceDesc%= BthEnum, BTH\MS_BTHBRB

[MotionComputing.NT.5.1]
Motion Computing USB Bluetooth Device= BthUsb, USB\Vid_10ab&Pid_1002

[SiliconWave.NT.5.1]
Silicon Wave Bluetooth Wireless Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0c10&Pid_0000&Rev_1350
Silicon Wave Bluetooth Wireless Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0c10&Pid_0000
USB Bluetooth Wireless Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_1310&Pid_0001

[Sony.NT.5.1]
USB Bluetooth Device= BthUsb, USB\Vid_044E&Pid_3002
USB Bluetooth Device= BthUsb, USB\Vid_044E&Pid_3003
Sony Bluetooth USB Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_044E&Pid_3004
USB Bluetooth Device= BthUsb, USB\Vid_044E&Pid_3007

[TDK.NT.5.1]
TDK Bluetooth USB Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_04BF&Pid_0319
TDK Bluetooth USB Adaptor= BthUsb, USB\VID_04BF&PID_0320

[Toshiba.NT.5.1]
TOSHIBA Integrated Bluetooth= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0930&Pid_0502&Rev_1350
TOSHIBA Integrated Bluetooth 2= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0930&Pid_0505
TOSHIBA Integrated Bluetooth 3= BthUsb, USB\VID_0930&PID_0506
TOSHIBA Bluetooth Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0930&Pid_0507

[Zeevo.NT.5.1]
Zeevo Bluetooth Solution= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0b7a&Pid_07d0&Rev_0126
Zeevo Bluetooth Solution= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0b7a&Pid_07d0&Rev_0133

;------------- Device section - End -----------------------
First off copy this file to the same directory and change the name to bth_old.inf so we have a backup.

Now here is where we're going to trick the XP BT stack into thinking it supports your BT dongle.

Unplug the dongle and plug it back in, when it tries to update the driver, cancel it. Go into the device manager [right click on my computer and choose properties / hardware / device manager] You should see your BT dongle on the list with a yellow ! next to it. Right click on it and select properties. Then details. Now you should see a screen that has a drop down box with the words "device instance id" change that to the next one down in the drop down box labled "hardware ids" and copy down on paper exactly what it has listed there.

Now we're going to edit the bth.inf file to include that info so now you'll change the inf file that we posted above from that to this: (changes in bold)

Quote:
; Microsoft Windows Bluetooth Driver INF
; Copyright (c) 2002 Microsoft Corporation

[Version]
LayoutFile=layout.inf
Signature="$Windows NT$"
Class=Bluetooth
Provider=%MS%
CLASSGUID={e0cbf06c-cd8b-4647-bb8a-263b43f0f974}
DriverVer=08/03/2004,5.1.2600.2180

[DestinationDirs]
DefaultDestDir = 11 ;LDID_SYS
BthPort.NT.CopyFiles = 12 ;DIRID_DRIVERS
BluetoothClass.NT.CopyFiles=11 ;LDID_SYS
BthUsb.NT.Copy = 12 ;DIRID_DRIVERS
BthEnum.NT.Copy = 12 ;DIRID_DRIVERS
Serial.NT.Copy = 12 ;DIRID_DRIVERS
Fsquirt.NT.CopyFiles = 11 ;LDID_SYS
Bthprops.NT.CopyFiles = 11 ;LDID_SYS

[ClassInstall32.NT]
AddReg=BluetoothClass.NT.AddReg
CopyFiles=BluetoothClass.NT.CopyFiles

[BluetoothClass.NT.AddReg]
HKR,,,,%BluetoothClassName%
HKR,,NoInstallClass,,1
HKR,,Installer32,,"bthci.dll,BluetoothClassInstall er"
HKR,,Icon,,"201"

[BluetoothClass.NT.CopyFiles]
bthci.dll
bthserv.dll

[ControlFlags]
ExcludeFromSelect="BTH\MS_BTHBRB"

[Manufacturer]
%Microsoft%=Microsoft
ALPS=ALPS, NT.5.1
Belkin=Belkin, NT.5.1
Brain Boxes=BrainBoxes, NT.5.1
Broadcom=Broadcom, NT.5.1
Cambridge Silicon Radio Ltd.=Cambridge, NT.5.1
Dell=Dell, NT.5.1
FIC=FIC, NT.5.1
GVC=GVC, NT.5.1
HP=HP, NT.5.1
IBM=IBM, NT.5.1
Microsoft=Microsoft, NT.5.1
Motion Computing=MotionComputing, NT.5.1
Silicon Wave=SiliconWave, NT.5.1
Sony=Sony, NT.5.1
Targus=Targus, NT.5.1
TDK=TDK, NT.5.1
TOSHIBA=Toshiba, NT.5.1
Wistron NeWeb=Wistron, NT.5.1
Zeevo=Zeevo, NT.5.1

;------------- Device section - Start -----------------------

[ALPS.NT.5.1]
ALPS Integrated Bluetooth Device= BthUsb, USB\Vid_044e&Pid_3005
Alps Bluetooth USB Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_044e&Pid_3006

[Belkin.NT.5.1]
Belkin Bluetooth Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_050d&Pid_0081
Belkin Bluetooth Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_050d&Pid_0084

[BrainBoxes.NT.5.1]
Brain Boxes USB Bluetooth Adapter BL-554= BthUsb, USB\Vid_05d1&Pid_0003

[Broadcom.NT.5.1]
Blutonium BCM2035 Bluetooth 2.4 GHz Single Chip Transceiver= BthUsb, USB\VID_0A5C&PID_200A
BCM2033 Bluetooth 2.4 GHz Single Chip Transceiver= BthUsb, USB\VID_0A5C&PID_200F

[Cambridge.NT.5.1]
Generic Bluetooth Radio= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0a12&Pid_0001
CSR Nanosira= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0a12&Pid_0003
CSR Nanosira WHQL Reference Radio= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0a12&Pid_0004
CSR Nanosira-Multimedia= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0a12&Pid_0005
CSR Nanosira-Multimedia WHQL Reference Radio= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0a12&Pid_0006

[Dell.NT.5.1]
Dell TrueMobile Bluetooth Module= BthUsb, USB\VID_413C&PID_8000
Dell Wireless 350 Bluetooth Module= BthUsb, USB\VID_413C&PID_8103

[FIC.NT.5.1]
FIC Bluetooth Wireless Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_05b1&Pid_1389

[GVC.NT.5.1]
GVC Bluetooth Wireless Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0525&Pid_a220

[HP.NT.5.1]
"HP USB BT Transceiver [1.2]"= BthUsb, USB\Vid_03F0&Pid_0C24

[IBM.NT.5.1]
Bluetooth UltraPort Module from IBM= BthUsb, USB\Vid_04BF&Pid_0317
IBM Integrated Bluetooth= BthUsb, USB\Vid_04BF&Pid_0318
IBM Integrated Bluetooth II= BthUsb, USB\Vid_1668&Pid_0441
IBM Integrated Bluetooth III= BthUsb, USB\Vid_1668&Pid_2441

[Microsoft.NT.5.1]
Microsoft Wireless Transceiver for Bluetooth= BthUsb, USB\Vid_045e&Pid_007e
Microsoft Wireless Transceiver for Bluetooth 2.0= BthUsb, USB\Vid_045e&Pid_009c

[Microsoft]
%BTH\MS_BTHBRB.DeviceDesc%= BthEnum, BTH\MS_BTHBRB

[MotionComputing.NT.5.1]
Motion Computing USB Bluetooth Device= BthUsb, USB\Vid_10ab&Pid_1002

[SiliconWave.NT.5.1]
Silicon Wave Bluetooth Wireless Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0c10&Pid_0000&Rev_1350
Silicon Wave Bluetooth Wireless Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0c10&Pid_0000
USB Bluetooth Wireless Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_1310&Pid_0001

[Sony.NT.5.1]
USB Bluetooth Device= BthUsb, USB\Vid_044E&Pid_3002
USB Bluetooth Device= BthUsb, USB\Vid_044E&Pid_3003
Sony Bluetooth USB Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_044E&Pid_3004
USB Bluetooth Device= BthUsb, USB\Vid_044E&Pid_3007

[Targus.NT.5.1]
USB Bluetooth Device= BthUsb, USB\Vid_xxxxxxxxxxxxx


[TDK.NT.5.1]
TDK Bluetooth USB Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_04BF&Pid_0319
TDK Bluetooth USB Adaptor= BthUsb, USB\VID_04BF&PID_0320

[Toshiba.NT.5.1]
TOSHIBA Integrated Bluetooth= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0930&Pid_0502&Rev_1350
TOSHIBA Integrated Bluetooth 2= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0930&Pid_0505
TOSHIBA Integrated Bluetooth 3= BthUsb, USB\VID_0930&PID_0506
TOSHIBA Bluetooth Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0930&Pid_0507

[Zeevo.NT.5.1]
Zeevo Bluetooth Solution= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0b7a&Pid_07d0&Rev_0126
Zeevo Bluetooth Solution= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0b7a&Pid_07d0&Rev_0133

;------------- Device section - End -----------------------


The x's will be what you wrote down from the device manager's hardware id list for the dongle.


From there save the file and unplug the dongle. Plug it back in and it should then prompt you to install the drivers again. Before doing this make sure the disk for the dongle isn't in a drive. update the driver and it will install the XP SP2 stack. Giving you the option to see the Bluetooth icon in control panel.

Hope this helps, if you have any questions feel free to ask.

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Okay... I followed everything step by step. At the point of unplugging the dongle and plugging it back in, it did ask that the drivers be installed. I gave it the ability to search Windows Update for the drivers and install the software automatically. AT the end of the searcdh, it told me that it could not install this hardware.

The device is listed as BCM92045DG-FLash_UHE in the Add New Hardware wizard. It is also listed as this in Device Manager under Other Devices.
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Scratch that... for the heck of it... I went in to verify the Hardware id and it had changed drastically. I went back into the bth.ini file and made the changes and the installation took this time.

I will keep going and let you know the outcome. Thank you again for all of your assistance. You have been a huge help.
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I made an edit to the post above. In the string:

Quote:
[Targus.NT.5.1]
USB Bluetooth Device= BthUsb, USB\Vid_xxxxxxxxxxxxx
I had an extra comma in there, it used to look like this:

Quote:
[Targus.NT.5.1]
USB Bluetooth Device= Bth,Usb, USB\Vid_xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Make sure that you remove that extra comma between Bth & Usb.
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It is working! Not only is the bluetooth working, but I have already sync'd with my Outlook through Desktop Manager.

I do not know how to thank you enough? Your help has been greatly appreciated and I only hope I can repay the favor.

Take care.
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Not a problem at all. I remember when I first got my BT Dongle what a pain it was, someone was able to help me so it's my turn to return the favor. Glad I could help!

Congrats on getting it working and take care!

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Wow, this should be added to Mark's FAQ's
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Hi there,
I have the same problem with my laptop where the bluetooth function is integrated (w/o dongle). The laptop is a sony vaio VGN-T2XP/L. Could someone help me?
My bth file gives me:

; Microsoft Windows Bluetooth Driver INF
; Copyright (c) 2002 Microsoft Corporation

[Version]
LayoutFile=layout.inf
Signature="$Windows NT$"
Class=Bluetooth
Provider=%MS%
CLASSGUID={e0cbf06c-cd8b-4647-bb8a-263b43f0f974}
DriverVer=08/03/2004,5.1.2600.2180

[DestinationDirs]
DefaultDestDir = 11 ;LDID_SYS
BthPort.NT.CopyFiles = 12 ;DIRID_DRIVERS
BluetoothClass.NT.CopyFiles=11 ;LDID_SYS
BthUsb.NT.Copy = 12 ;DIRID_DRIVERS
BthEnum.NT.Copy = 12 ;DIRID_DRIVERS
Serial.NT.Copy = 12 ;DIRID_DRIVERS
Fsquirt.NT.CopyFiles = 11 ;LDID_SYS
Bthprops.NT.CopyFiles = 11 ;LDID_SYS

[ClassInstall32.NT]
AddReg=BluetoothClass.NT.AddReg
CopyFiles=BluetoothClass.NT.CopyFiles

[BluetoothClass.NT.AddReg]
HKR,,,,%BluetoothClassName%
HKR,,NoInstallClass,,1
HKR,,Installer32,,"bthci.dll,BluetoothClassInstall er"
HKR,,Icon,,"201"

[BluetoothClass.NT.CopyFiles]
bthci.dll
bthserv.dll

[ControlFlags]
ExcludeFromSelect="BTH\MS_BTHBRB"

[Manufacturer]
%Microsoft%=Microsoft
ALPS=ALPS, NT.5.1
Belkin=Belkin, NT.5.1
Brain Boxes=BrainBoxes, NT.5.1
Broadcom=Broadcom, NT.5.1
Cambridge Silicon Radio Ltd.=Cambridge, NT.5.1
Dell=Dell, NT.5.1
FIC=FIC, NT.5.1
GVC=GVC, NT.5.1
HP=HP, NT.5.1
IBM=IBM, NT.5.1
Microsoft=Microsoft, NT.5.1
Motion Computing=MotionComputing, NT.5.1
Silicon Wave=SiliconWave, NT.5.1
Sony=Sony, NT.5.1
TDK=TDK, NT.5.1
TOSHIBA=Toshiba, NT.5.1
Wistron NeWeb=Wistron, NT.5.1
Zeevo=Zeevo, NT.5.1

;------------- Device section - Start -----------------------

[ALPS.NT.5.1]
ALPS Integrated Bluetooth Device= BthUsb, USB\Vid_044e&Pid_3005
Alps Bluetooth USB Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_044e&Pid_3006

[Belkin.NT.5.1]
Belkin Bluetooth Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_050d&Pid_0081
Belkin Bluetooth Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_050d&Pid_0084

[BrainBoxes.NT.5.1]
Brain Boxes USB Bluetooth Adapter BL-554= BthUsb, USB\Vid_05d1&Pid_0003

[Broadcom.NT.5.1]
Blutonium BCM2035 Bluetooth 2.4 GHz Single Chip Transceiver= BthUsb, USB\VID_0A5C&PID_200A
BCM2033 Bluetooth 2.4 GHz Single Chip Transceiver= BthUsb, USB\VID_0A5C&PID_200F

[Cambridge.NT.5.1]
Generic Bluetooth Radio= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0a12&Pid_0001
CSR Nanosira= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0a12&Pid_0003
CSR Nanosira WHQL Reference Radio= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0a12&Pid_0004
CSR Nanosira-Multimedia= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0a12&Pid_0005
CSR Nanosira-Multimedia WHQL Reference Radio= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0a12&Pid_0006

[Dell.NT.5.1]
Dell TrueMobile Bluetooth Module= BthUsb, USB\VID_413C&PID_8000
Dell Wireless 350 Bluetooth Module= BthUsb, USB\VID_413C&PID_8103

[FIC.NT.5.1]
FIC Bluetooth Wireless Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_05b1&Pid_1389

[GVC.NT.5.1]
GVC Bluetooth Wireless Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0525&Pid_a220

[HP.NT.5.1]
"HP USB BT Transceiver [1.2]"= BthUsb, USB\Vid_03F0&Pid_0C24

[IBM.NT.5.1]
Bluetooth UltraPort Module from IBM= BthUsb, USB\Vid_04BF&Pid_0317
IBM Integrated Bluetooth= BthUsb, USB\Vid_04BF&Pid_0318
IBM Integrated Bluetooth II= BthUsb, USB\Vid_1668&Pid_0441
IBM Integrated Bluetooth III= BthUsb, USB\Vid_1668&Pid_2441

[Microsoft.NT.5.1]
Microsoft Wireless Transceiver for Bluetooth= BthUsb, USB\Vid_045e&Pid_007e
Microsoft Wireless Transceiver for Bluetooth 2.0= BthUsb, USB\Vid_045e&Pid_009c

[Microsoft]
%BTH\MS_BTHBRB.DeviceDesc%= BthEnum, BTH\MS_BTHBRB

[MotionComputing.NT.5.1]
Motion Computing USB Bluetooth Device= BthUsb, USB\Vid_10ab&Pid_1002

[SiliconWave.NT.5.1]
Silicon Wave Bluetooth Wireless Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0c10&Pid_0000&Rev_1350
Silicon Wave Bluetooth Wireless Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0c10&Pid_0000
USB Bluetooth Wireless Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_1310&Pid_0001

[Sony.NT.5.1]
USB Bluetooth Device= BthUsb, USB\Vid_044E&Pid_3002
USB Bluetooth Device= BthUsb, USB\Vid_044E&Pid_3003
Sony Bluetooth USB Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_044E&Pid_3004
USB Bluetooth Device= BthUsb, USB\Vid_044E&Pid_3007

[TDK.NT.5.1]
TDK Bluetooth USB Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_04BF&Pid_0319
TDK Bluetooth USB Adaptor= BthUsb, USB\VID_04BF&PID_0320

[Toshiba.NT.5.1]
TOSHIBA Integrated Bluetooth= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0930&Pid_0502&Rev_1350
TOSHIBA Integrated Bluetooth 2= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0930&Pid_0505
TOSHIBA Integrated Bluetooth 3= BthUsb, USB\VID_0930&PID_0506
TOSHIBA Bluetooth Adapter= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0930&Pid_0507

[Zeevo.NT.5.1]
Zeevo Bluetooth Solution= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0b7a&Pid_07d0&Rev_0126
Zeevo Bluetooth Solution= BthUsb, USB\Vid_0b7a&Pid_07d0&Rev_0133

;------------- Device section - End -----------------------

;----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; USB Bluetooth radios
;----------------------------------------------------------------------------

[BthUsb.NT]
AddReg=BthPort.NT.Setup.AddReg,BthPort.NT.AddReg
CopyFiles=BthUsb.NT.Copy, BthPort.NT.CopyFiles, Fsquirt.NT.CopyFiles, Bthprops.NT.CopyFiles
ProfileItems=Fsquirt.NT.ProfileItems

[BthUsb.NT.Copy]
BTHUSB.SYS

[BthUsb.NT.HW]
AddReg=BthPort.NT.HW.AddReg

[BthUsb.NT.Services]
Addservice = BTHUSB, 0x00000002, BthUsb_Service_Inst, BthUsb_EventLog_Inst
Addservice = BTHPORT, , BthPort_Service_Inst, BthPort_EventLog_Inst

[BthUsb_Service_Inst]
DisplayName = %BTHUSB.SvcDesc%
ServiceType = 1 ; SERVICE_KERNEL_DRIVER
StartType = 3 ; SERVICE_AUTO_START
ErrorControl = 1 ; SERVICE_ERROR_NORMAL
ServiceBinary = %10%\System32\Drivers\BTHUSB.sys
LoadOrderGroup = PNP Filter

[BthUsb_EventLog_Inst]
AddReg=BthUsb_EventLog_Inst.AddReg

[BthUsb_EventLog_Inst.AddReg]
HKR,,EventMessageFile,0x00020002,"%%SystemRoot%%\S ystem32\IoLogMsg.dll;%%SystemRoot%%\System32\Drive rs\Bthport.sys;%%SystemRoot%%\System32\Drivers\Bth Usb.sys"
HKR,,TypesSupported,0x00010003,7

;----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; BthEnum support sections
;----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[BthEnum.NT]
CopyFiles=BthEnum.NT.Copy

[BthEnum.NT.Copy]
bthenum.sys

[BthEnum.NT.Services]
AddService = BthEnum, 0x00000002, BthEnum_Service_Inst

[BthEnum_Service_Inst]
;-----------------------------------------------------
DisplayName = %BthEnum.SVCDESC%
ServiceType = 1 ; SERVICE_KERNEL_DRIVER
StartType = 3 ; SERVICE_DEMAND_START
ErrorControl = 1 ; SERVICE_ERROR_NORMAL
ServiceBinary = %12%\BthEnum.sys

;----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; BthPort support sections
;----------------------------------------------------------------------------

[BthPort.NT.AddReg]
; permanent child drivers
HKLM,%Bthport.Parameters%\PnpId,"RFCOMM",,"MS_RFCO MM"
HKLM,%Bthport.Parameters%\PnpId,"BTHBRB",,"MS_BTHB RB"
HKLM,%Bthport.Parameters%\PnpId,"BTHPAN",,"MS_BTHP AN"
HKLM,%Bthport.Parameters%\PerDevices,,,

; HID
HKLM,%Bthport.Parameters%\SupportedServices,"{0000 1124-0000-1000-8000-00805f9b34fb}",0x00010003,1
; HCRP
HKLM,%Bthport.Parameters%\SupportedServices,"{0000 1126-0000-1000-8000-00805f9b34fb}",0x00010003,1
; DUN
HKLM,%Bthport.Parameters%\SupportedServices,"{0000 1103-0000-1000-8000-00805f9b34fb}",0x00010003,1
; SPP
; SPP is enabled by bthport

; Local Services
; SPP default settings are done by bthport

HKLM,SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run ,"BluetoothAuthenticationAgent",0,"rundll32.exe bthprops.cpl,,BluetoothAuthenticationAgent"

[BthPort.NT.Setup.AddReg]
HKLM,%Bthport.Parameters%,,0x00000010
HKLM,%Bthport.Parameters%\Devices,,0x00000010
HKLM,%Bthport.Parameters%\Services,,0x00000010

[BthPort.NT.Setup.AddReg.Security]
; add the ability for power users and LocalService to modify the key and subkeys
"D:AR(A;CI;GRGW;;;PU)(A;CI;GRGW;;;LS)"

[BthPort.NT.CopyFiles]
bthport.sys

[BthPort.NT.HW.AddReg]
HKR,,%ScansBeforeOutOfRange%,0x00010003,8

;List of COD mask/value pairs. This info is used to enable the 'stored link key' feature for
;the specified devices. The feature is enabled if the expression (COD & mask) == value is true.
;Each value is 4 bytes and written in big-endian format to make the user input easier.
;For example: mask 0x00001F43 with value 0x00000540 matches Bluetooth keyboard devices.
HKR,,%StoreLinkKeyCodMasks%, 0x00000001, 00,00,1F,43, 00,00,05,40, 00,00,1F,83, 00,00,05,80

[BthPort_Service_Inst]
DisplayName = %BTHPORT.SvcDesc%
ServiceType = 1 ; SERVICE_KERNEL_DRIVER
StartType = 3 ; SERVICE_AUTO_START
ErrorControl = 1 ; SERVICE_ERROR_NORMAL
ServiceBinary = %10%\System32\Drivers\BTHport.sys
LoadOrderGroup = PNP Filter
AddReg=BthPort_Service_Inst.AddReg

[BthPort_Service_Inst.AddReg]
HKR,"Parameters\Restrictions\COD Major 05 Minor 10","DontAddIncomingSPPInWizard", 0x00010001, 1
HKR,"Parameters\Restrictions\COD Major 05 Minor 20","DontAddIncomingSPPInWizard", 0x00010001, 1
HKR,"Parameters\Restrictions\COD Major 05 Minor 30","DontAddIncomingSPPInWizard", 0x00010001, 1
HKR,"Parameters\Restrictions\COD Major 06 Minor 20","DontAddIncomingSPPInWizard", 0x00010001, 1

[BthPort_EventLog_Inst]
AddReg=BthPort_EventLog_Inst.AddReg

[BthPort_EventLog_Inst.AddReg]
HKR,,EventMessageFile,0x00020002,"%%SystemRoot%%\S ystem32\IoLogMsg.dll;%%SystemRoot%%\System32\Drive rs\Bthport.sys"
HKR,,TypesSupported,0x00010003,7

[Fsquirt.NT.CopyFiles]
fsquirt.exe

[Fsquirt.NT.ProfileItems]
Name = %FSQUIRT_DESC%
CmdLine = 11,, fsquirt.exe
SubDir = %COMMUNICATIONS_GROUP%
WorkingDir = 11
IconIndex = 0
InfoTip = "@%11%\xpsp2res.dll,-2305"
DisplayResource = "%11%\xpsp2res.dll",2303

[Bthprops.NT.CopyFiles]
bthprops.cpl

[Strings]
;
; Not localizable
;
ScansBeforeOutOfRange="Scans Before Out of Range"
PeriodicInquiryEnabled="Periodic Inquiry Enabled"
PeriodicInquiryPeriod="Inquiry Period"
PeriodicInquiryMinSilence="Minimum Silence Period"
PeriodicInquiryMaxSilence="Maximum Silence Period"
Unsupported_HCI_Commands="Unsupported HCI commands"
StartDelay="StartDelay"
AclWriteDelay="AclWriteDelay"
StoreLinkKeyCodMasks="Store Link Key COD Masks"
Bthport.Parameters="SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Servi ces\BTHPORT\Parameters"

;
;Localizable
;

BluetoothClassName="Bluetooth Radios"

BTHPORT.SvcDesc="Bluetooth Port Driver"
BthEnum.SVCDESC="Bluetooth Request Block Driver"
Bthser.SVCDESC="Bluetooth Radio Serial Driver"
BTHUSB.SvcDesc="Bluetooth Radio USB Driver"
BthBCSP.SVCDESC="BCSP Transport Protocol Driver"
Serial.SVCDESC = "Serial port driver"
FSQUIRT_DESC="Bluetooth File Transfer Wizard"

COMMUNICATIONS_GROUP="Accessories\Communications"

Bth.Diskname="Bluetooth"
MS="Microsoft"
Microsoft="Microsoft"

; ------------- Device Strings - start -------------------------
; Microsoft
BTH\MS_BTHBRB.DeviceDesc="Microsoft Bluetooth Enumerator"

; ------------- Device Strings - end --------------------------
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If your BT device is built in the bth.inf will already include all the info it needs.

Does your device show up in the device manager? What happens when you go to Start > Run > type in bthprops.cpl?
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Now, it seems to be ok.
quite strange....I will keep you update.
Thanks!
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I'm another noobie having trouble using bluetooth with Desktop Manager.

My situation is as follows:
* I have a Dell D620 with a built-in Dell 350 bluetooth adapter. It's already listed in my bth.inf file, and shows up under control panel / bluetooth devices. When I uninstall the device, turn off bluetooth, restart, and turn bluetooth back on, it's the same thing that reinstalls. Does this mean I'm already using the Windows stack or that I still need to do something else? If I have to do something else to be using the windows stack, then what is that I have to do and where to I get it?
* I have a new 8100 Pearl. On my phone, under Bluetooth, it says I'm paired with my laptop (Dell D620). Under device properties, trusted is checked yes and encryption is disabled, but no services are listed. Under options, it is discoverable, and address book transfer is enabled. Services listed here include desktop connectivity (among others).
* On my laptop, the device manager says I'm connected and the "Enable Bluetooth support" box is checked.
* In the Desktop Manager, under options/connection settings, the "Enable Bluetooth support" box is checked and it shows up in the list of pull-downs in the connections box. If I click the "Configure Bluetooth" button, it shows that my Blackberry has been added. However, under "serial port settings," everything is greyed out, including "Enable USB-to-serial converter compatibility." Don't know if that matters.
* When I click OK, on the bottom of the main desktop manager window, it says I'm disconnected. It works fine with USB.
* In case it makes a difference, I'm on t-mobile.

This is so frustrating, because everything seems to be set up properly and yet it still shows it being disconnected.

Can anyone help?
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Not a problem at all. I remember when I first got my BT Dongle what a pain it was, someone was able to help me so it's my turn to return the favor. Glad I could help!

Congrats on getting it working and take care!

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Thanks Paul for your help. I am going to try your method above on my laptop tomorrow. The thing is have a dongle which i got of ebay and it came with its Wid.. drivers ...

how would i know it can work with the XP stack/drivers before i remap the inf file per your instructions? or will all dongles work with the XP native drivers?

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