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Blue Tooth adapter recognised but not working

by asparkle / June 26, 2005 7:47 PM PDT

I Have a Computer with two Hard drives both loaded with windows2000.P4 2.5Ghz. I use 1 as a main drive and the second as backup when i have a problem with the main.
I installed the USB Bluetooth adapter.Also connected is a Belkin network adapter on USB port and a 6in1 card reader and USB scanner.All worked great.After months of not using the Bluetooth when i try to use it now i am getting the above error.So I removed all usb software and reloaded bluetooth software on its own when asked for i connected the adapter it finished loading driver and asked to reboot.After rebooting i am getting an error "Bluetooth network cable unpluged".Have uninstalled all and tried reload afew times but no luck.Second problem is the network keeps dropping after a few seconds.Have installed necessary SP's.If i reboot on my 2nd drive i do not have all these problems but unfortunately the drive is very small with no space left so I need to desperately solve
the problem on my main drive.Any help would be appreciated

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Odd omission.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / June 26, 2005 9:18 PM PDT

No mention of current BIOS and motherboard drivers makes me wonder.


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Sorry did not think connected with problem
by asparkle / July 3, 2005 4:13 AM PDT
In reply to: Odd omission.

The motherboard is soltek SL-85DR3-C Bios Version 1.00.
Loaded with drivers supplied with Motherboard.Sorry do not know how to get information about what drivers.

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