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Bought a Kensington 2.1 Bluetooth for it.
It shows a list of ports to select from, none of them work
Any help ?
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EZ-Robot only officially supports the Microsoft stack, and using it has solved virtually every BT problem I have seen reported here.
Now i have Deinstalled those drivers, and have my standard windows drivers.
Still, no dice.
It wont work.
And do i have to 'link' with them ?
Cause if i see my Ezrobot. it asks me if i wantt to link.
And is my ezrobot called Linvor, or am i detecting other Bluetooth in my room ?
When i came back, it showd as empty,
But as soon as i put the USB Bluetooth inside the hole, one of the old UNINSTALLED drivers shows up.
How can i remove that forever?
I've never seen uninstalled drivers come back by itself..
is that whats wrong ?
BTW, I love your picture and handle. Very cool!
You could try just disabling the RFCOM bluetooth and try that, leaving just the generic bluetooth radio and the microsoft bluetooth enumerator.
Then add device in devices and printers (power the ez-b, right click in the devices and printers window, add device, pick the EZ Robot, pair, code 1234)
Or, try to update drivers (from device manager) and pick from the list, pick the Microsoft ones if they show up.
Found somehing called 'toshiba bluetooth stack' there.
Thanks for that tip dschulpius, would have never looked there.
Im rebooting it now. seeing it it works now..
I have the Generic Bluetooth Radio, and the Generic Bluetooth Enumerator.
It pops up that it wants a password ?
Attempting connection to COM3
EZ-B reports EZ-B Firmware V8,5
Failed to load bootloader!
Have you selected the correct EZ-B COM port? Use the Help menu option to view the online help and watch a video demonstration
Try removing the EZ Robot device in devices & printers, then adding it again, pairing it with the code 1234.
click here for tutorial
It has all the answers you need
Then, i had to seek under the Software Installer for the 'toshiba bluetooth stack'
And deinstall that.
After that, i had to reboot windows.
And let the bluetooth be found again by windows.
After that, i also had to 'pair' the connection
And type in '1234' as code.
** like discribed in this Tutorial Page
And after that, no problems. could just opdate