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How does one rebuild MSFT's Bluetooth Stack?

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Old 05-23-2007
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How does one rebuild MSFT's Bluetooth Stack?
I'm referring to the stack that powers MSFT's Keyboard Elite for BT and
Intellimouse Explorer for Bluetooth.
In device manager as:
Bluetooth Enumerator.........................windows\system\ driver\bthenum.sys
Wireless Transceiver for
Bluetooth.........................windows\system32 \drivers\bthport.sys
..........................windows\system32\drivers \bthusb.sys
.........................windows\system32\fsquirt. exe

Reason I ask is that I stupidly installed a Widcomm Bluetooth Transceiver
(for my Motorola cellphone, headsets etc) because in XP one can run two BT dongles simultaneously - in Vista it seizes up the system for some reason. I know if I uninstall that software it will take ALL Bluetooth stuff with it.

Then the MSFT hardware wont work and has to be reinstalled - then Windows can't find the drivers online/offline or whatever.

I do not have the luxury of System Restore as I'm in a dual boot and haven't
yet managed to configure Bitlocker protection - not reading my USB drive at boot.

I've gone through this exercise once already and had to reinstall Vista. I
thought (idiot I know) that I would be able to get around it this time.
The alternative of course would be to disable MSFT Bluetooth and only use Motorola but then the keyboard would have to go without a password in my other boot - XP still being my most used system. With MSFT BT it is possible to pair the keyboard without a password, but not using Moto BT.


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Old 05-23-2007
Peter
 

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Re: How does one rebuild MSFT's Bluetooth Stack?
No matter - by searching the same drive it was found. Vista acts in strange ways sometimes. Now if only MSFT would update their driver stack to encompass all the different functions of Bluetooth.



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"Peter" <peterm@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:2714AC8C-9F63-4AE8-8719-E76F3B8366CC@microsoft.com...
I'm referring to the stack that powers MSFT's Keyboard Elite for BT and
Intellimouse Explorer for Bluetooth.
In device manager as:
Bluetooth Enumerator.........................windows\system\ driver\bthenum.sys
Wireless Transceiver for
Bluetooth.........................windows\system32 \drivers\bthport.sys
..........................windows\system32\drivers \bthusb.sys
.........................windows\system32\fsquirt. exe

Reason I ask is that I stupidly installed a Widcomm Bluetooth Transceiver
(for my Motorola cellphone, headsets etc) because in XP one can run two BT dongles simultaneously - in Vista it seizes up the system for some reason. I know if I uninstall that software it will take ALL Bluetooth stuff with it.

Then the MSFT hardware wont work and has to be reinstalled - then Windows can't find the drivers online/offline or whatever.

I do not have the luxury of System Restore as I'm in a dual boot and haven't
yet managed to configure Bitlocker protection - not reading my USB drive at boot.

I've gone through this exercise once already and had to reinstall Vista. I
thought (idiot I know) that I would be able to get around it this time.
The alternative of course would be to disable MSFT Bluetooth and only use Motorola but then the keyboard would have to go without a password in my other boot - XP still being my most used system. With MSFT BT it is possible to pair the keyboard without a password, but not using Moto BT.


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Toronto, Canada
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Soundblaster Audigy 4
ATI Radeon 9550 AGP Graphics
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