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    • #46891

      http://www.gilkirkpatrick.com/Blog/post/Installing-the-Microsoft-Bluetooth-Stack-on-Windows-Server-2008.aspx
      http://www.tipandtrick.net/2008/how-to-enable-bluetooth-in-windows-server-2008-64bit-standard-edition/

      Here are two pages with a descritption for the activation of BT.
      It worked for my USB Hama Stick (Widcomm).

      On Tipandtrick is a zip file, downloading it should make things easier…

      I had a problem adding a device called RFCOMM…
      windows couldnt find the file rfcomm.sys, just find it manually and copy it to the others…

      This can be added to the converter easily, in my opinion.

    • #46892

      I have an older USB bluetooth adapter, and I used the instructions at http://www.dev-toast.com/2007/01/05/uncrippling-bluetooth-in-vista-rtm/

      It works great, the only drawback is I have to press F8 when booting and choose “Disable Driver Signature Enforcement.” Does anyone know how to disable it permanently, so I don’t have to go through the boot menu every time?

    • #46893

      there is a howto in the forum but it is not working for me…
      I think, its not possible

    • #46894

      @impostor wrote:

      I had a problem adding a device called RFCOMM…
      windows couldnt find the file rfcomm.sys, just find it manually and copy it to the others…

      Like you i couldnt install BTHMS_RFCOMM. Could you clarify where exactly did you copy rfcomm.sys?

      EDIT:
      Never mind, i edited inf file and successfully installed RFCOMM. I’ll attach the files in case someone else needs them.

    • #46895

      @IgorHW wrote:

      EDIT:
      Never mind, i edited inf file and successfully installed RFCOMM. I’ll attach the files in case someone else needs them.

      Thank you very much. Now i have a bluetooth audio device work.

      Work on dell 1537, dell bluetooth 370, windows server 2008 x64 sp1

    • #46896

      @IgorHW wrote:

      @impostor wrote:

      I had a problem adding a device called RFCOMM…
      windows couldnt find the file rfcomm.sys, just find it manually and copy it to the others…

      Like you i couldnt install BTHMS_RFCOMM. Could you clarify where exactly did you copy rfcomm.sys?

      EDIT:
      Never mind, i edited inf file and successfully installed RFCOMM. I’ll attach the files in case someone else needs them.

      Worked fine for me here, finally manage to install the RFCOMM drivers after following the tutorial and modding the bth.inf file with the PID from my device. Using a Compal HEL80, Broadcom 2045 chipset with firmware changed to Anycom USB-250 in a WS2008 x64.

      @atariguy wrote:

      I have an older USB bluetooth adapter, and I used the instructions at http://www.dev-toast.com/2007/01/05/uncrippling-bluetooth-in-vista-rtm/

      It works great, the only drawback is I have to press F8 when booting and choose “Disable Driver Signature Enforcement.” Does anyone know how to disable it permanently, so I don’t have to go through the boot menu every time?

      I really wants is to use the Anycom/WIDCOMM drivers. I tried to follow the dev-toast instructions so I could disable Microsoft Stack and use the last Anycom drivers, but I can’t find the btwusb.inf that must be edited. Does anyone know where it is?

      Thanks!

    • #46897

      How do you make the bluetooth visible for a Samsung Magnet cell phone? I just bought a Samsung Magnet cell phone. I was told that there was a bluetooth feature to communicate files with other cell phones such as music and photos. I can turn on the bluetooth and the bluetooth light comes on. I am not visible to myself or anyone else. Does anyone know how to make it so I am visible??
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    • #43266

      have anyone tried to use bluetooth on ws2008 x64….any problems with driver?

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