I tried to delete the one that wouldnt work and add another but this site insisted that 1.02mb is bigger than 2mb, so see below for the text minus pictures.
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F8T001v2/F8T003v2 and Windows XP Service Pack 2
· If you have Windows XP service pack 2 installed and have a Belkin Bluetooth adapter installed the Microsoft driver will take control of he device and will render you unable to use the Belkin Bluetooth software.
· You can verify if this is the problem by looking at your system tray,
· As you can see the Belkin icon is red in the centre showing its unable to communicate with the device, and the Microsoft Bluetooth icon is present (Next to the clock) showing its that controller the adapter.
· Open the Windows device manager and expand the “Bluetooth Radios” section,
· Right click on the “Belkin Bluetooth Adapter” and select “Update Driver”, the hardware wizard will come up on the screen.
· If asked do not connect to windows update to search for software. Select the second option “Install from a list or specific location(Advanced)” and click next,
· On the next screen select the option “Don’t search I will choose the driver to install and click next.
· A list of compatible drivers will be shown, select the “Belkin Bluetooth Device” which is the Belkin driver and click next.
· The hardware wizard will finish.
· Close all windows, you will now see in the system tray that the Microsoft Bluetooth Icon has disappeared and the Belkin icon now has a white centre showing its communicating correctly with the device.
· You can now proceed and use the Belkin Bluetooth software as normal.