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Maybe you tried this already, in glovepie there is is the option troubleshooter>bluetoothfix. Actually it only solves the problem when it is within glovepie.
If you are not shure if the wiimote is connected: when the msstack recognizes the wiimote you can see a tooltip that a hid-device is installed and if it is connected the syncblinking will continue and does not stop after a period of time; When it is connected the blinking stops when a program takes control over the wiimote.

For everyone who wants to use wiimoteconnect AND the widcomm stack there is a simple solution:
1.use the taskmanager to kill bttray.exe
2.remove the bluetoothdevice from the list in the devicemanager(if the driver is not certified copy the hardware_id before(follow the tutorial mentioned in the first post))
3.replug the device
4.let windows install the drivers automatically
5.use wiiconnect
6.optionally remove bttray.exe from start>run>msconfig>startup

Now you are able to switch between ms-stack and widcomm stack without rebooting reinstalling or repluging.
kill bttray
"C:\WINDOWS\system32\rundll32.exe" bthprops.cpl,,BluetoothAuthenticationAgent"
kill rundll32.exe
"%ProgramFiles%\WIDCOMM\Bluetooth Software\bttray.exe"

@thex :Maybe you can add a bluetoothstack-switch feature to the next version

edit: sorry, i found out that switching is only that easy in one way (ms stack 2 widcomm). To switch from widcomm to msstack you need to do the driver reinstall procedure (step 2-4). I tell you when i find out how to solve that.

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