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Bluetooth & Connectivity Help Center / Re: connection with windows 7
« on: December 15, 2009, 08:05:17 PM »
I was able to connect with Win 7 standard drivers WITHOUT bluesoliel. I was able to connect using smooth board AUTOMATICALLY.

Well, you're certainly one of the lucky ones... Are you running Win7 x64? What's the make of your BT dongle?

Smoothboard's SmoothConnect indeed works in Windows 7 64-bit and other 64-bit/32-bit windows platforms. I am using Windows 7 64-bit. :)
Thanks. Would you mind giving us some details and/or screenshots about the particular BT stack and drivers you're using, and perhaps some details about your BT dongle?

Many thanks again.

Hi, the link appears to be dead. Any chance you could put it back up :)

... And maybe you could investigate this in a Windows 7 environment as well, hopefully x64 :-)

Bluetooth & Connectivity Knowledge Center / Re: Windows 7 x64
« on: November 16, 2009, 09:00:18 AM »
Anybody tried WiimoteConnect in Windows 7 x64? Do you need GlovePie?
I tried it with the latest version of WiiConnect, but I couldn't get the Wiimote to connect. Windows once found the Wiimote as BT-device, but lost it's connection afterwards.
Pair it one more time (so Windows finds the drivers faster), or keep pressing buttons 1 & 2, and it won't lose connection, though the LEDs will keep blinking. That doesn't mean it isn't useless: Connected, but pretty much useless.
The only thing I found to work, is SmoothBoard.
That's encouraging. Will give it a try, though from what I've heard, SmoothBoard doesn't work in Win7. Do you have the x64 flavor?

Bluetooth & Connectivity Help Center / Re: connection with windows 7
« on: November 12, 2009, 09:06:32 PM »
These are my issues exactly: no workie in Win7. Windows sees the device, installs drivers, but the LEDs keep flashing, and none of GlovePIE and WiinRemote work, though it seems that they do see the Wiimote (this in contrast to WiimoteConnect, who reports "No Wiimote found"). I just can't get the mouse cursor to move usind the Wiimote's accelerometers. I got Win7 x64 with the latest Widcomm drivers ( If I fire up Dolphin and click the Wiimote settings button, the Wiimote vibrates shortly, and the LEDs stop flashing, but that's about as far as I've managed to make it "work."

Please help!

Connecting to the Wiimote via Bluetooth was simple and consistent.

How did you do that? 'been wrestling with it in Win7 with not much luck.

Other Projects / Re: Wii Balance Board connected to PC.
« on: November 09, 2009, 10:28:43 AM »
Any progress in getting a Balance Board work w/Windows?

Bluetooth & Connectivity Knowledge Center / Windows 7 x64
« on: November 08, 2009, 02:42:46 PM »
Anybody tried WiimoteConnect in Windows 7 x64? Do you need GlovePie?

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