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rdj522
try Downloading the latest Bluesoleil.

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32
gup
Smoothboard looks for the first Wiimote on the HID list. So when you added you new one it is still looking for the first one. Remove all the HIDs or use Boonjins SmoothConnect feature, which circumvents this using the MAC address.

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33
tjuwin
Test connection with JCL's Wiimote IWB app if IR tracking works then the problem is your script. If it doesn't work with JCL's try Boonjin Smoothboard if it does work then you have a Wumote, you'll need to speak to Carl K to see if he plans to support Wumotes. IF id doesn't work in eather then you have Bluetooth stack conflict I'll need more info to help.

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34
WiiMind
Have you:
1. Completely removed Widcomm
2. Deleted all Bluetooth HID's
3. Hacked the BT.inf file
4. Restarted comp
5. Tested on a different BT device (mouse phone etc)?

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35
WiiMind
There is absolutely no difference between hacking the bth.inf and a default MS stack USB. Is there a particular reason why you want a default USB stick? If so just buy one from Ebay nearly all their are MS stack (just ask the seller if any software needs downloading or installing if they say no then is a MS stack, but most tell you that now in the item description anyway.

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36
General Hardware Talk / Re: wii remote electronic schematics
« on: October 08, 2009, 09:32:01 PM »
legoman4
http://www.wiire.org/Main_Page

Doesn't have the exact schematics but should be enough.

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37
Bluetooth & Connectivity Help Center / Re: connection with windows 7
« on: October 08, 2009, 03:44:05 AM »
MoRtYMer
What version of Win7 are you running? If pre RC7100 then likely a conflict, if RC7100 then MS stack will be most stable. If RTM unless you have official RTM you may have a bugged version. I'm running a Lenovo S10e with Win7 RTM my day job works very closely with MS and we have been testing Win7 in large scale rollout no issues what so ever with the MS stack.

There were some big changes between RC7100 and RTM so even drivers that worked with RC7100 may not work with the RTM and will depend on the 3rd party provides time in getting new version to market.

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38
thugos
Follow the self help guides, they will help step you through all you need.

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39
Say Hi! / Re: Logistics Co. from Canada
« on: October 07, 2009, 04:24:12 PM »
MarkG
If you have Office 2007 then OneNote does all this and more, even actually has proper digital stick notes.

Otherwise ActiveStudio Inspire only costs $100 and does some really cool stuff but a bit to learn.

All these work 100% with Smoothboard

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40
IR Pens / Re: Old computers in the classroom
« on: September 26, 2009, 10:27:47 PM »
Mozert
Windows 7 & Smoothboard works a treat on old comps :)

41
luiziano
Vishay updated their data sheet both same beast :)

benpaddlejones

42
General Hardware Talk / Re: Television
« on: September 21, 2009, 11:37:35 PM »
smmoskwa
Sounds like you just have mouse tracking only ticked.

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43
luiziano
Looks all OK, but i suggest you buy 1-2 and test first. As I found in all my testing of different IR-Leds whats written on the data sheet and what it does are often very different. The vishay TSAL6400 is your safest bet, but f this is all you can get see what happens.

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44
zainey
Great to see another Aussie Wii-inventer on the run. Any chance of a youtube video showing this in action?

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45
Applications / Re: Wii whiteboard classroom needs more software!
« on: September 14, 2009, 08:34:40 PM »
jerminho
Sorry, I'm a solid PC user so very little MAC knowledge. I know the MAC OCR is excellent but I don't know how to use/access it.

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