LnS can not detect buletooth network connections?

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  1. 1hui

    1hui Registered Member

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    hi guys.

    Just now I'm visiting this forum through a buletooth network connection(PAN).
    and I found that LnS could not detecte the connection.
    LnS cann't dectect buletooth network connections? o_O

    lns 2.06 p4 @ win 7 RC
     
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    Hi 1hui,

    Normally it should be detected, through the Wan Miniport, but your are saying "PAN" so I'm not sure.
    Did you try that before, with XP and Vista ?

    Could you run the AdaptList tool, report the result (mask some part of IP & MAC address) and highlight the Bluetooth adapter:
    http://looknstop.soft4ever.com/Tools/AdaptList.exe

    Thanks,

    Frederic
     
  4. 1hui

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    Cudni,thanks for the URL.
    and Frederic here is the result.thanks for your attention.
    Because of the problem of drive , I failed to try PAN with win xp..
     
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    Ok, the AdaptList information is correct, and doesn't explain the issue.

    Did you install the bluetooth adapter after Look 'n' Stop was installed ?
    In Windows network connections management, do you have a specific connection for this bluetooth adapter ? if you ask the properties for it, is Look 'n' Stop driver listed there, like for other adapters ?

    Thanks,

    Frederic
     
  6. 1hui

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    hi Frederic
    thanks for attention again:)
    I don't remeber. but I reinstalled lns after 2.06p4 was released.
    yes,there is
    I checked it right now.lns driver wasn's list there.
    but there is a virtualbox host interface networking driver.it's funny ,I think they(vbox and lns) shuld be the similar kind of driver ,aren't they?
     
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    Hi 1hui,

    I don't know what is thie virtualbox host interface...

    What you can try is installing manually the Look 'n' Stop driver, to have it listed there. It's a service.

    Regards,

    Frederic
     
  8. 1hui

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    hi Frederic
    Modifying registry is the only way to do this ? IF so it seems a little complicated...
     
  9. Frederic

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    No, you don't have to do it through the registry (and effectively it would be very complicated and quite impossible to do it that way).
    In the properties of the connection, you just have to click on Install, select service, click add, and normally the Look 'n' Stop driver should be present in the list.

    Frederic
     
  10. 1hui

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    Hi Frederic
    Thanks again.

    unfortunately,there's nothing in the list...
     
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    Ok, send me an email at lnssupport@soft4ever.com and I will give you some installation files, so you will be able to use the "Have disk..." button to install the driver manually.

    Frederic
     
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