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    ^ i post here to agree with marco...actually tried it with my 6600, it works fine too

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    I'm using a Belkin F8T001 adapter. Works wonderfully w/ its own software/driver. No probs connecting to pc suite. Overall a great product.

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    Using a Konnect BT Adapter running with WIDCOMM drivers. Got it free with my Plantronics BT M3000 for 79 pounds when I still lived in London.

    Works great, can hardly wait to see how it interacts with XP SP2.
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    MSI Pc2Pc Bluetooth Transceiving Key

    Got it for about US$ 20 from a computer shop. Had no trouble installing and using it on winxp sp1. Was able to install it on win 98se, but was unable to get it recognized by Nokia PC suite.

    So not recommended if u have win98se, but highly recommended for winxp.

    http://www.msi.com.tw/program/produc...il.php?UID=326

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    yup, MSI works like a charm for 6600 (and 6230 as well)

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    Can someone post about which BT adapters work with the N6600 and the PC Suite....? Pls include that in your posts, it would help people like me decide abt which BT adapter to get next
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    I have got the Pen Blue and liked it enough to buy another for another PC. Been using it with three phones at our house without any real problems and it was even easier with SP2 and m-Router (not the Nokia one) thanks to Mod HF4's suggestion there. We've been using it with a 3600, two 3650s and a T68i.
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    It would be nice to know which adapters work automagically with XPSP2 *and* work well with 6600/3650 PCSuite.

    BoB

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    the one i posted works great with Nokia PC suite. Am downloading SP2 right now, will update if find any issues

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    I got a Belkin BT USB Adaptor F8T030 and it works great. But recently I DL'ed PC Suite and it wouldnt work. So I DL'ed the new service pack 2 and it seems too work but when i try to import my contacts it crashs. other than that i sent my images and sound clips too my phone

    *edit btw this is for my Nokia 6600

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    Zonet works fine

    ZUB6100 (100 meter version)
    connects fine to my 6600 using m-router 3.0.
    I use the supplied widcomm cd drivers, on win 2000.

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    The MSI 6967 works well on my N6600 and P900. Installed on Windows XP Pro with SP2

    Latest WIDCOMM drivers (v.1.4.3.4) released as of August 16, 2004 can be downloaded from here:
    http://www.msi.com.tw/program/suppor...UID=326&kind=8

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    Originally posted by Toink


    The MSI 6967 works well on my N6600 and P900. Installed on Windows XP Pro with SP2

    Latest WIDCOMM drivers (v.1.4.3.4) released as of August 16, 2004 can be downloaded from here:
    http://www.msi.com.tw/program/suppor...UID=326&kind=8
    Did you use the built-in SP2 support or did you install the WIDCOMM drivers?

    BoB

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    Originally posted by BoB-O Wireless
    Did you use the built-in SP2 support or did you install the WIDCOMM drivers?

    BoB
    I used the WIDCOMM drivers to install... no problemo so far

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    Originally posted by SpiralSlash
    I've got a real gem of a BT adapter - a noname adapter called the "Blue USB wireless connector". It's model number is Y-210. I can't find any mention of the manufacturer, and the mini CD the drivers are included on has drivers for at least 10 other devices and no identification which is which.

    The adapter uses drivers from Windigo Systems, and I haven't been able to get mRouter or the PC Suite to recognize it. Only XTNDConnect Blue Manager, the program that came with it, can transfer files back and forth.

    I'd recommend staying away from this adapter.
    is it like a transparent blue??
    i think u have the same one I do..
    I bought mine off ebay....
    if it is, I popped in the CD and just used the install screen that popped up...

    u tried using the "add hardware" wizard on XP??
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