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FUState

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I have an XPlore tablet PC that is useless for me without bluetooth.

In searches for blue tooth errors "Your Bluetooth Software license does not include use with this Bluetooth device." I have found solutions for Widcomm drivers. I was going to try that solution even though, as far as I can tell, my driver is Darfon; however, my bluetooth is not a removable device, and the Widcomm solution requires disconnecting of the bluetooth device.

Please advise.
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my bluetooth is not a removable device, and the Widcomm solution requires disconnecting of the bluetooth device.

This does not mean you should remove the bluetooth hardware, it means you should disconnect the signal from the XPlore tablet PC and what ever it is connected to, a bit like a mobile phone and a bluetooth ear piece having to be connected and disconnected, I hope this is what you were asking and you may find what you are looking for here; http://www.giveawayo...rfon bluetooth/
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No, it does in fact required you to disconnect the Bluetooth, not just disconnect your bluetooth connections.

I did find a solution however; I downloaded Bluesoleil 7 http://www.bluesolei...001201008080001 and it allowed me to connect to a device that does not have a password. Something the XP driver does not.

Perhaps this will help some reader in the future.
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