I did not find any other bluetooth stack, besides the ones mentionend in the first post. Install drivers normally until such dialog appears: If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation. The problems persist I can rule out any further configuration issues or alternative device drivers, I have tried every possibility. As Martin mentoined, Toshiba bluetooth stack can be used with non-Toshiba hardware. This thread is locked.
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USB\VID_050D&PID_0017 device driver for Windows 7 x64
Once you do this, connect the device and run the Hardware Troubleshooter if the device is not getting detected. Select “Find drivers on this computer” Select “Select already installed driver from list” Click small “Install from disc” button Copy-paste or select the driver folder where tosrfusb.
The HID-devices all work perfectly with other computers, but on the system mentionend above, problems with some power-saving features inside the HID-devices occur see eg. I correctly plugged it into the wall socket and connected the wires properly.
I have tried the bluetooth drivers supplied by Windows update and the latest Broadcom drivers directly from the Broadcom updater software. This site in other languages x. If the above steps fail then contact Belkin support for more information broqdcom the device compatibility with Windows 7 64bit.
As a first step uninstall the driver completely by following the below mentioned steps. I checked the Belkin website but could not find a Windows 7 driver. As Martin mentoined, Toshiba bluetooth stack can be used with non-Toshiba hardware.
Halima S Replied on October 20, The operating system is Windows 7 64 bit Professional. Martin 1 8 Next step was to make the Toshiba stack work with my inbuilt adapter.
USB Hubs not recognized by Windows 7 64 bit – Microsoft Community
How satisfied are you with this reply? Select it, click “install anyway” if prompted with a scary red warning. I did not find any other bluetooth stack, besides the ones mentionend in the first post. I have tried a trial version of the BlueSoleil Bluetooth stack and it solved the wake-up problem.
However the BlueSoleil stack causes some other problems, is relatively expensive and I would prefer not to use it. As per the Windows 7 compatibility center there is no compatibility information about the USB hub there is a possibility that it may not be Windows 7 compatible. This works for me now. Things still did not work properly, but at least it installed in trial mode.
How satisfied are you with this response? Sign up using Email and Password. On the device Properties dialog box, click the Driver tab, and then click Uninstall.
I was also unable to find any information about this model available in the Belkin website.