Author Topic: Found but can't connect, need help  (Read 4463 times)

Offline Vember

  • *
  • Posts: 1
  • Karma: +0/-0
    • View Profile
on: April 21, 2010, 12:52:15 AM
and so i have been through everything in my opinion and come back to things.
I have installed blueS... thing and it became worse (throws the message no HID devices)

I have come back to the point where my wiimote is found [using windows bluetooth] but smoothboard cannot connect to it.
>> divice found >> connecting just continues and continues when the [connect automatically] is ticked
Is it actually connected? ...

please give me advice ... ill upload photos or whatever for you guys need

i would really like this to work

Offline boonjin

  • *
  • Posts: 929
  • Karma: +28/-0
  • Smoothboard Developer
    • View Profile
    • Smoothboard
Reply #1 on: April 21, 2010, 01:45:54 AM

You are recommended to keep with the Microsoft Bluetooth Stack.

If the Wiimote is successfully connected, the Wiimote's MAC address will be highlighted in green continuously and Smoothboard will be launched automatically. If you have set the software to connect to 2 Wiimotes, SmoothConnect will continue searching until 2 Wiimotes are connecting before launching Smoothboard.

What is your operating system? If you are using Windows 7, Windows Update might be trying to search for the drivers online and thus the connection is slow.

Please do remember to press and release the 1 and 2 buttons throughout the connection process.

Maybe you can send to us the screenshots of the SmoothConnect program and your Device Manager with the expanded HID device list?

Refer to page 57 of the Smoothboard User Guide:

For faster response, please do directly email to us at [email protected]

Thank you.

Boon Jin

Wii Whiteboard/Wiimote Whiteboard with annotation features and collaborate with multiple iPads and Android Tablets!

Smoothboard for Mac
Using a Mac? Now you can annotate on PowerPoint or Keynote slideshows!