Connectland AD-USB-IRDA+BLUE-V1 Download Drivers

Available 3 files for AD-USB-IRDA+BLUE-V1
Company
Connectland
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Connectland AD-USB-IRDA+BLUE-V1
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 98-Me-2000-XP-Vista
Size Driver
1.4Mb
File Name
997-irda-zip.zip
Info
Installing Windows drivers for USB IrDA adapter

1. Start Windows
2. Connect the USB IrDA adapter to any available USB port.
Windows should automatically detect a new device and prompt you for the driver.
3. Insert the Driver CD which came with the adapter into the CDROM drive.
4. The driver is located in \S110\IRDA\XXX folder of the Driver CD.
XXX refers to different sub-folder due to different operating system:
Win98 - Microsoft Windows 98
WinME - Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition
WinXP_2K - Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, Vista

5. Follow the instructions to finish installing the driver.
6. Now, the USB IrDA adapter is ready to use.
Company
Connectland
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Connectland AD-USB-IRDA+BLUE-V1
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 98Se-Me-2000-XP
Size Driver
78Mb
File Name
1000-btw5-1-rar.rar
Info
Introduction
Bluetooth Networking Overview
Bluetooth® wireless technology enables short-range (within a distance of 10 meters) communication among
Bluetooth devices, eliminating the need for cables. When two Bluetooth devices are connected, one device can
use or be used by the other, as specified by the user.
Because Bluetooth communications are broadcast over the air, Bluetooth communications can be set to use
encryption to protect against others intercepting sensitive data. Typical Bluetooth devices include:
Human interface devices such as a mouse or keyboard
Computers (desktop, notebook, PDA, for example)
Imaging devices (printers, scanners, and cameras)
Printers
Audio devices
Network access points
Telephones
Fax machines
Examples of how one Bluetooth device can use or be used by another Bluetooth device are:
Using a hands-free audio device with a wireless phone or internet telephony
Using a wireless mouse, keyboard, or game controller
Listening to audio on one device that is being played on another
Exchanging files and business cards
Synchronizing Personal Information Manager databases
Connecting to the Internet
Printing or sending a fax
To begin using your Bluetooth-enabled computer for specific tasks, see "Using Other Bluetooth Devices with
Your Bluetooth-Enabled Computer."
To change the default settings that control how Bluetooth works on your computer, see "Specifying How
Bluetooth Technology Works on Your Computer."
To learn about available Bluetooth tools and how to use them, see "Using Bluetooth Tools."
If you are having difficulty using Bluetooth, see "Troubleshooting."
To learn more about Bluetooth functionality in general, see "Basic Operations."
Company
Connectland
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Connectland AD-USB-IRDA+BLUE-V1
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows Vista
Size Driver
56.3Mb
File Name
1001-btw6-0-rar.rar
Info
BTW 6.0.1.6000 Release Note
INTRODUCTION
BTWrequiresMicrosoftQFE 929577
Known Issue: Skype versions 3.2.0.163 and 3.2.0.175 both fail to switch the audio correctly in BTW.
CUSTOMER SUPPORT PORTAL (CSP)
Customers can submit enhancements, changes and/or defects against releases of software or firmware via
the BroadcomCustomer Support Portal (CSP). CSP cases are replicated into theBroadcomBluetooth
engineering change management database for reviewby the engineering community and change control
boards.
If your project or programis not listed inside the CSP please contact yourBroadcom
representativewhomcan configure the CSP system for use with your unique needs.

Resolved Defects Major
ID(s): BLTH00111619 Subsystem: Stack Server
Headline:
Large number of handles used by btstackserver (BTW6.0)
Release Note:
Fixed a problemthat btstackserver creates large number ofRFCOMMhandles.
ID(s): BLTH00111751 Subsystem: Other
Headline:
Uninitialized variable in btsendto_office causes excel, word and powerpoint to crash with office 2007
Release Note:
none
ID(s): BLTH00111753 CSP-137289 Subsystem: Unknown
Headline:
vCard Japanese font had corrupted on PIMitem receiving.
Release Note:
vCard Japanese font had does not corrupted on PIMitem receiving.

Pre-Installation Notices
1. User must be logged on as administrator to install BTW. If non-administrative user is logged
on and starts install, and then inputs administrator password, BTW will not install correctly.
2. If the system is configured to share contacts between Outlook Express andMicrosoft
Outlook, Outlook Express will not be shown as one of the options for PIM ItemTransfer for
business cards.
3. Install Shield Developer Premier 10.5 is required to build the BTW Release.
4. If end user stops the DFUprocess in the middle of the DFU upgrade, the BT device will stay in
DFU upgrade mode. This will prevent the user from using the BT mouse/keyboard and the
user will need to use wired mouse/keyboard in order to restart the DFU and complete
upgrade process. You will then be able to use Bluetooth mouse/keyboard again.
5. Prior to installing BTW: OpenWindows Explorer -> Tools -> Folder Options -> Check box
"Launch folder windows in separate process". This will ensure that the task bar is always
visible.
Post-Installation Notices
1. Volume level is set to maximumby default for Bluetooth Audio, once changed; it will retain
its new setting.
2. In order to see traces in SpyLite, you will need to logoff of user account and log back in.
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