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    Shame that if you are connected to the internet via GPRS and Widcomm5 and then hibernate your system, when it comes back up the dial-up connection is still shown as being there, but you cannot disconnect it. The windows routing table still points to the ghost connection but you cannot manually delete the routes so establishing a second connection is pointless as it keeps trying to use the ghost one.

    This is with 5.0.1.2800

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lum
    Shame that if you are connected to the internet via GPRS and Widcomm5 and then hibernate your system, when it comes back up the dial-up connection is still shown as being there, but you cannot disconnect it. The windows routing table still points to the ghost connection but you cannot manually delete the routes so establishing a second connection is pointless as it keeps trying to use the ghost one.

    This is with 5.0.1.2800
    But not with 4?
    CarPC install is starting to come along again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayscale
    But not with 4?
    I don't remember it happening with 4, but maybe I just never tried it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lum
    Shame that if you are connected to the internet via GPRS and Widcomm5 and then hibernate your system, when it comes back up the dial-up connection is still shown as being there, but you cannot disconnect it. The windows routing table still points to the ghost connection but you cannot manually delete the routes so establishing a second connection is pointless as it keeps trying to use the ghost one.

    This is with 5.0.1.2800
    Works fine for me. It disconnects the connection immediately, then hibernates. Upon resume there is no phantom connection, and I am able to initiate a new connection.

    Widcomm 5.0.1.2800
    Ambicom BT dongle
    Motorola Q

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    Speaking of quirky bluetooth stuff, and not to threadjack, but since you guys have a little more experience with the widcomm drivers I'll ask you because I'm not sure if this is a either a driver issue, dongle issue, or firmware on my phone issue...please check this thread:

    My RAZR V3 works fine except....(weird problem, i've serched)

    Any help with it would be much appreciated
    CarPC install is starting to come along again...

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