what dongle do you use that is recognized out of the box.
so many others have ones that are not.
"Harry Krause" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:e1wKX1lXHHA.588@TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl...
With some trepidation, I installed the software I use to control my cell
phone. I don't have a computer cable for it, but I do have a little USB
Bluetooth device I used on my previous XP setup.
Dang if Vista didn't find that Bluetooth device and install it properly
the first time out. I was able to get my cell phone and the software to
recognize each other.
So far, I've had only very minor annoyances with VISTA. I am upset that
the maker of my scanner (EPSON) is apparently NOT going to offer a
driver upgrade for its 1650 "Perfection" series, but that's not VISTA's
To date, VISTA has been a far smaller pain in the ass than all the other
MS WINDOWS operating systems I have installed, and I go back to the
first ones in BETA, when MS would ship me about 24 diskettes to install
an upgrade that would bomb out, usually, on the 19th diskette.
I have the Oxford English Dictionary on CD, version 3.1. It doesn't work
with VISTA, but its publisher is sending me an updated set of CDs that will.
So far, I like VISTA. Works smoothly for me.