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You should be able to just hold down buttons 1 + 2 and have it stay in discovery mode for 20 seconds after it is done.

Bluetooth & Connectivity Help Center / Re: Cannot connect via GBU421
« on: March 02, 2011, 07:36:10 PM »
Sorry, found an easy solution:
I first got the WiimoteConnect x64 version from here and then got the Wiimote Test Utility. I added the Wiimote like normal, and in the small amount of time I had left, opened WiimoteTest. This established a connection, and I could read/write to it (by now the Wiimote has stopped flashing). Then I closed WiimoteConnect and opened GlovePIE, and after 2 tries, GlovePIE connected

Bluetooth & Connectivity Help Center / Re: Cannot connect via GBU421
« on: March 02, 2011, 05:38:40 PM »
I will do this, but it says that there is an error with x64 systems, which is what I use (Win7 Home Premium x64). Has this been fixed? And by system error, does it mean BSOD or just a little popup window?

EDIT: According to, I have the Microsoft stack (I opened my Device Manager, and clicked on Bluetooth Radios, and I have the Microsoft Bluetooth Enumerator). Why isn't it working? I do not run with admin privileges, only individual programs, is this the problem?

Bluetooth & Connectivity Help Center / Cannot connect via GBU421
« on: March 01, 2011, 08:31:25 PM »
I bought a GBU421 a long time ago, and now I would like to connect my WiiMote to it. I managed to connect it ONCE after many attempts, and it was working (GlovePIE worked), but once I disconnected it, the connection refuses to keep (the WiiMote keeps flashing all 4 lights, and no programs can detect it). It uses the WIDCOMM stack, on Win7 Home Premium x64, and I know the radio works, my phone can connect to it. I would like to be able to use something like wiimoteconnect, but it didn't work, and now I need some help.

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