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Installing Bluetooth on vista


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Hi guys!

I have the following problem: I can't install my BT integrated controller in Vista RTM. My device is a CSR Bluetooth Adapter, connected via internal USB controller. It is supported by Vista's BT Stack because I can find the VID and PID in the bth.inf (found in Windows\inf dir). In this file I found the following code line:
Toshiba Integrated Bluetooth 2 =					 BthUsb, USB\Vid_0930&Pid_0505

This is exactly what I get from the Details tab in the Device Manager, on the device's properties window.

I tried to do a "manual driver update", and I pointed at this bth.inf file using the Have disk... method, but the installer says the it can't find any suitable driver.

Any help will be appreciated! Thanks in advance.

PS: here are my specs
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 Vista RTM
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Dont bump topics, its rude, if nobody can help nobody will reply, if vista doesn't have a driver and you cant find one we cant make one, driver support is still iffy for vista its just what you have to take when you get a new OS.
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