I did try the idea of inserting my own text into the bth.inf file, and that didn't do anything positive.
I do notice now that I cannot delete nor uninstall hidden (greyed-out) devices at all. Any thoughts??
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(1) - I have read the posts...don't find much there that we haven't tried.
(2) - I did try the idea of inserting my own text into the bth.inf file, and that didn't do anything positive.
(3) - I do notice now that I cannot delete nor uninstall hidden (greyed-out) devices at all. Any thoughts??
I have a little wireless network here between my DSL gateway and the laptop. The desktop and laptop can and do share files through the gateway. That part of the hardware functions just fine and doesn't depend at all on the bluetooth adapter.
So I'm still scratching my head. You've been great, and I appreciate all the time you have spent with me. I would still like to get to the bottom of this issue - now it has become sort of a challenge - man vs. machine, and all that -
First off, yes, I ant to solve this problem. So I thank you again for your assistance. I get pretty stubborn with issues of this nature, and I'm quite curious to see the eventual resolution.
Edited by Jack123, 06 April 2007 - 09:09 PM.
I had some other SERIOUS troubles crop up on the desktop after my last posts. They were not directly related to the Bluetooth issue, but I suspect that their causes may both have originated with a corrupt registry. I can only prove that by inference.
was not too painful, and you were able to restore most of your data
Yes I could see that it was installed before but appeared to be in conflict with the existing wireless keyboard & mouse. I was about ready to send to - http://www.usbman.com/
After installing my antivirus products, I decided to take a chance and install the Kensington stuff. It worked. As in...like a charm.
If you want I can provide more detail in the next post. If you would just as soon close the book on this nightmare, let me know.
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