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    I need a DLL file so bluetooth will work

    I have got Centrafuse installed and Bluesoleil installed, but Centrafuse will not detect my dongle.

    It seems I need the latest version of bsdneti.dll , but the download link on this page http://forums.fluxmedia.net/release-...h-release.html will not work.

    Does anyone know where I can get that DLL from ?

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    Have you stripped down windows at all? Does Bluesoleil support your dongle? Have you uninstalled and reinstalled bluesoleil?
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    I have been working on this all damn day, but have finally found the dll file I needed, just copied into the centrafuse folder and tried my bluetooth again and it now works and I have my phone paired with centrafuse. . . . I'm over the moon. .. almost ready for the installation into the car now.

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    I hate to burst your bubble, but the first call you make you will find out the other end hears a nasty echo. Well known problem I discovered last night after getting my phone paired and working.

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    depends on your sound card. If you have a realtek based board, there is a software side echo cancellation option. Works perfectly.
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    Where did you find the DLL? I cannot get Bluesoleil to see my internal Bluettoh at all, but their hardware checker says everything is fine. I even did a clean install of xp and did not load the Dell driver for my bluetooth. Did a clean install of Centrafuse and Bluesoleil and notihing, Bluetooth not found.

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    you may have to edit the driver files to recognize your specific BT dongle. There is a post on the Flux forums on how to do it. It's quite easy and has worked every time for me.

    I'll try to find it for you.
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    Right, can't find the thread, don't know where it went...

    But here is how you do it (combining my own instructions and someone else's):

    Open device manager
    Right click on your bluetooth, select the details tab, and under property, select Hardware IDs, copy whatever you have in there (USB\VID_0000&PID_0000 or whatever, you might have &rev_0000 as well, copy both lines into notepad). DO NOT CLOSE DEVICE MANAGER, you will be coming back to it.

    Add the following lines to:
    IVT Install Dir\Bluesoleil\driver\usb\btcusb.inf
    =================================
    After line:
    [ControlFlags]
    Add line:
    ExcludeFromSelect = [insert your hardware id]

    After line:
    [IVT]
    Add line:
    %[insert dongle name]%=BTusb_DDI, [insert your hardware id]

    Under line:
    [Strings]
    After line:
    SourceDisk="BlueSoleil Installation Disk"
    Add line:
    [insert dongle name] ="[insert Dongle name]"


    Add the following lines to:
    IVT Install Dir\Bluesoleil\bttl.ini
    =================================
    Under line:
    [DEFAULT]
    Change line:
    NUM=*** (where *** equals a 3 digit number)
    To:
    NUM=***+1 (eg. 309 + 1 would become 310)

    Scroll to the end of the file and find the last entry for heading [HW***] where *** equaled the same original number above eg. 309

    After the last entry copy these lines where *** equals the last new number in the sequece eg. 310

    [HW***]
    ID=[insert Hardware ID]
    Type=USB Bluetooth Dongle
    DLL=Driver\USB\btcusb.dll
    DLLD=Driver\USB\btcusbd.dll
    Inffile=Driver\USB\btcusb.inf
    Manufacture=[Insert Dongle Manufacturer]


    Update your bluetooth driver:
    Navigate to the Bluetooth device in Device Manager and select "Update Driver ..." and select to install from a specific location.
    IVT Install Dir\Bluesoleil\driver\usb\btcusb.inf

    Restart your computer... start bluetooth, pair away!
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    Thanks I will try it when I get home. Thank you again.

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