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Bluetooth device disappeared from Devices List!

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Hi everyone!!!

I have the following problem: my bluetooth device disappeared from the list of installed Devices!

My device is an integrated in my notebook: a CSR Bluetooth, connected via USB. I had the WidComm drivers installed (the version). I was updating the BT driver but after the Uninstallation, my bluetooth device disappeared from the XP's Devices List... Any advice on how I could restore it? I also ticked "Show hidden devices" in the Device Manager.

Here are my specs:

- Toshiba Satellite P20-771
- 3.40 GHZ Pentium 4 HT Processor
- RAM: 1 GB
- GeForce FX Go5700 (with latest nVidia drivers)
- Realtek AC'97 Audio
- 80 GB Maxtor HDD
- Windows XP SP2 (updated with latest patches from Microsoft Update)

Thanks in advance for the reply.

I forgot to say that I removed the WidComm driver because I wanted to install the default XP's one.

Edited by test02, 18 December 2006 - 12:36 PM.

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