Author Topic: SOLVED - connected but can't use any app???  (Read 7554 times)

Offline haruya

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on: August 25, 2008, 01:27:14 PM
Hi all

I decide to make my interactive whitebord with Johnny's app so I bought the bluetooth adapter and try to connect my wiimote with my PC ...

and it's didn't work,...so I tyr to fix it and I found the problem with my bluetooth devices both .. that's D-link DBT-122 & Belkin F8T013xx1

in both case I try with update from Boradcom like instructions in this link http://wiibrew.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_Working_Bluetooth_Devices

but still didn't work .. just connected (click the wiimote and see the status received) but when I run Johnny's app the app say "no HID connect" ,wiinmote --> error(5) , bluesoleil --> can't find Bluetooth device ,GlovePIE  --> no responds

in this forrum I found many people pass these problems but I can't like many people that's no answer for their questions..

so if you guys pass these problem and I missing something ... tell me please ..

or I have to change my device?? Which device are you recommend for me? here is Thailand but I'll try to find it.

thanks for all

haruya

« Last Edit: January 05, 2009, 06:09:25 AM by benpaddlejones »



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Reply #1 on: August 25, 2008, 06:44:39 PM
haruya
Read http://www.wiimoteproject.com/wiimote-and-bluetooth-connectivity/success!-non-bluesolei-stack!/

Use this connection method while holding buttons 1&2 (release just before executing app).

I use DBT122, WinXP, Latest Widdcomm stack with no problems using above method.

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Reply #2 on: August 26, 2008, 11:06:34 AM
Thank you again benpaddlejones  ;D (you help me twice!!)

I just try on your advice but it's still didn't work ..

-uninstall all bluetooth programs ,driver
-install DBT-122 software form CD
-update with btwinitialupdate.exe (form this link http://www.broadcom.com/products/bluetooth_update.php)
-connect the wiimote with your link --> can connect..can't use any apps like yesterday..

but some thing change!! the wiinmote status --> "active" but still not responds ...

other app (WiimoteWhiteboardv03,Wiimote Smoothboard 0.4.6) say "error reading data form wiimote ... is it connect?"

and GlovePIE still no respond again

...do I miss some thing again??

thanks for all

haruya



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Reply #3 on: August 26, 2008, 05:13:26 PM
haruya
Please try this:
1.  Remove all bluetooth software
2.  Run Registry Mechanic or CCleaner Registry Tool http://www.ccleaner.com/ to clean any residual registries
3.  Install one of these drivers: ftp://files.dlink.com.au/products/DBT-122/REV_C/Drivers/ (make sure use correct OS, bouble check you are not 64bit XP)
4.  Make sure you plug the USB Dongle in at the correct time during install proceedure read manual: ftp://files.dlink.com.au/products/DBT-122/REV_C/Manuals/Manual_v2.20/
5.  Reboot you machine
6.  Connect a Bluetooth mobile phone/mouse/other
Outcome:
      a) Device connects and works-> Continue
      b) Unable connect -> Post a screen dump of your HID list from your 'Device Manager'


7.  Connect your wiimote using above connection sequence
8.  Wait a while for HID drivers to install
9.  Run application

Outcome:
      a) Application executes & connects -> Have fun
      b) Problem continues -> Continue

10. Go to device manager/HID List (make sure connected to internet) right click each device on the list and select update driver, wait for update to finish before doing next.
11. Connect your wiimote using above connection sequence
12. Wait a while for HID drivers to install
13. Run application


Outcome:
      a) Application executes & connects -> Have fun
      b) Problem continues -> Post a screen dump of your HID list from your 'Device Manager'


Let me know how you go.

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