Bluetooth headset and Broadcom drivers


G

Guest

I recently installed Vista Ultimate x64 and connected my Zonet Bluetooth USB
dongle. Windows detected the dongle as a BCM2035 Bluetooth radio. I could
pair my Blueant X3 headset but Windows would then ask me to install the
driver disk, which of course I didn't have.

Later I found out that you need the drivers installed to get the correct
Bluetooth profiles installed. I found the Broadcom Bluetooth drivers from the
company website and installed them. My headset is now correctly detected as a
headset and I can see it in the Bluetooth control panel in the Audio tab. If
I click the headset and click the Connect button I get a popup that says this:

BtwApplExt
The parameter is incorrect

Has anyone ever seen this problem before? Is there anything else I can try
to get this headset to work?
 
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C

Cari \(MS-MVP\)

Ho hum, I really dislike posters from EggHead Cafe who for some reason
cannot give full details of their problem.

Same problem as WHAT?

Unless you treat each posting as individual and give full details, you
cannot expect a reasonable answer.
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Windows Technologies - Printing & Imaging
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W

wamar76

Cari:

I use google to find "BtwApplExt"

http://www.google.com/search?hl=pl&q=BtwApplExt&lr=

Google show:
1. http://www.vista64.net/forums/vista-hardware-devices/54411-bluetooth-headset-broadcom-drivers.html
2. http://www.eggheadcafe.com/software/aspnet/29679728/bluetooth-headset-and-bro.aspx

I use Replay button for msg:
(Msg. 1) Posted: Thu Apr 05, 2007 10:28 pm
Post subject: Bluetooth headset and Broadcom drivers
Archived from groups: microsoft>public>windows>vista>hardware_devices
(more info?)

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I recently installed Vista Ultimate x64 and connected my Zonet
Bluetooth USB
dongle. Windows detected the dongle as a BCM2035 Bluetooth radio. I
could
pair my Blueant X3 headset but Windows would then ask me to install
the
driver disk, which of course I didn't have.

Later I found out that you need the drivers installed to get the
correct
Bluetooth profiles installed. I found the Broadcom Bluetooth drivers
from the
company website and installed them. My headset is now correctly
detected as a
headset and I can see it in the Bluetooth control panel in the Audio
tab. If
I click the headset and click the Connect button I get a popup that
says this:

BtwApplExt
The parameter is incorrect

Has anyone ever seen this problem before? Is there anything else I can
try
to get this headset to work?
-------

And why I wrote only: "I have the same problem with BtwApplExt error
and Windows Vista Enterprise."

I use:
- Notebook Acer TM3002
- MS Windows Vista Enterprise
- Broadcom 6.0.1.3600 driver (OEM for Acer Notebooks)
- Jabra BT135 (Bluetooth Headset)

If someone can help I will be very thankful.
 
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G

Guest

i'm sure i'll never hear anything from you guys, but did any of you ever get
this problem solved... the internet is like a desert regarding the thing
 

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