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Com Port Problem

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Com port no. cannot be higher than 20 to sync via Bluetooth, but both BT
Devices and IVT Blue Soleil assaign higher no. when I connect my Smartphone
SPV C550 to my PC runnig Windows XP sp 2. Does anybody know how to solve this
problem? I can sync using the usb cable and transfer files with Bluetooth but
not using Active Sync
Mar 24 '07 #1
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I hate to tell you this, but this is a .Net Programming newsgroup, not a
Windows newsgroup. Try looking for a group with "Windows" in the
description.

Good luck.
Robin S.

"Umby" <Um**@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
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Com port no. cannot be higher than 20 to sync via Bluetooth, but both BT
Devices and IVT Blue Soleil assaign higher no. when I connect my
Smartphone
SPV C550 to my PC runnig Windows XP sp 2. Does anybody know how to solve
this
problem? I can sync using the usb cable and transfer files with Bluetooth
but
not using Active Sync

Mar 24 '07 #2

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"RobinS" wrote:
I hate to tell you this, but this is a .Net Programming newsgroup, not a
Windows newsgroup. Try looking for a group with "Windows" in the
description.

Good luck.
Robin S.

"Umby" <Um**@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
news:9A**********************************@microsof t.com...
Com port no. cannot be higher than 20 to sync via Bluetooth, but both BT
Devices and IVT Blue Soleil assaign higher no. when I connect my
Smartphone
SPV C550 to my PC runnig Windows XP sp 2. Does anybody know how to solve
this
problem? I can sync using the usb cable and transfer files with Bluetooth
but
not using Active Sync

Thanks for your invalueable help. I thought posting questions regarding Microsoft products in Microsoft Discussion Goups/General Discussions was the right thing to do. That was my first ever and probably last post in such Community. By the way, in case you wonder, I did solve the problem and, should you post one, in the right or wrong newsgroup, I will do my best to help you. Good luck
Umby
Apr 7 '07 #3

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"Umby" wrote:
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"RobinS" wrote:
I hate to tell you this, but this is a .Net Programming newsgroup, not a
Windows newsgroup. Try looking for a group with "Windows" in the
description.

Good luck.
Robin S.

"Umby" <Um**@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
news:9A**********************************@microsof t.com...
Com port no. cannot be higher than 20 to sync via Bluetooth, but both BT
Devices and IVT Blue Soleil assaign higher no. when I connect my
Smartphone
SPV C550 to my PC runnig Windows XP sp 2. Does anybody know how to solve
this
problem? I can sync using the usb cable and transfer files with Bluetooth
but
not using Active Sync
Thanks for your invalueable help. I thought posting questions regarding Microsoft products in Microsoft Discussion Goups/General Discussions was the right thing to do. That was my first ever and probably last post in such Community. By the way, in case you wonder, I did solve the problem and, should you post one, in the right or wrong newsgroup, I will do my best to help you without wasting time saying things I hate to say. Good luck
Umby
Apr 7 '07 #4

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"Umby" <Um**@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
news:09**********************************@microsof t.com...
>

"RobinS" wrote:
>I hate to tell you this, but this is a .Net Programming newsgroup, not a
Windows newsgroup. Try looking for a group with "Windows" in the
description.

Good luck.
Robin S.

"Umby" <Um**@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
news:9A**********************************@microso ft.com...
Com port no. cannot be higher than 20 to sync via Bluetooth, but both
BT
Devices and IVT Blue Soleil assaign higher no. when I connect my
Smartphone
SPV C550 to my PC runnig Windows XP sp 2. Does anybody know how to
solve
this
problem? I can sync using the usb cable and transfer files with
Bluetooth
but
not using Active Sync

Thanks for your invalueable help. I thought posting questions regarding
Microsoft products in Microsoft Discussion Goups/General Discussions was
the right thing to do. That was my first ever and probably last post in
such Community. By the way, in case you wonder, I did solve the problem
and, should you post one, in the right or wrong newsgroup, I will do my
best to help you. Good luck
Umby
I'm glad you were able to fix your problem. There are dozens of Microsoft
newsgroups, and you should pick the one that more closely matches your
problem. This one is for .Net Programming General Discussion questions, not
for Windows. You are welcome to post your Windows questions here. I just
thought I would tell you why they are not going to be answered rather than
letting you sit there and wonder.

Robin S.
Apr 7 '07 #5

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"RobinS" wrote:
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"Umby" <Um**@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
news:09**********************************@microsof t.com...


"RobinS" wrote:
I hate to tell you this, but this is a .Net Programming newsgroup, not a
Windows newsgroup. Try looking for a group with "Windows" in the
description.

Good luck.
Robin S.

"Umby" <Um**@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
news:9A**********************************@microsof t.com...
Com port no. cannot be higher than 20 to sync via Bluetooth, but both
BT
Devices and IVT Blue Soleil assaign higher no. when I connect my
Smartphone
SPV C550 to my PC runnig Windows XP sp 2. Does anybody know how to
solve
this
problem? I can sync using the usb cable and transfer files with
Bluetooth
but
not using Active Sync

Thanks for your invalueable help. I thought posting questions regarding
Microsoft products in Microsoft Discussion Goups/General Discussions was
the right thing to do. That was my first ever and probably last post in
such Community. By the way, in case you wonder, I did solve the problem
and, should you post one, in the right or wrong newsgroup, I will do my
best to help you. Good luck
Umby

I'm glad you were able to fix your problem. There are dozens of Microsoft
newsgroups, and you should pick the one that more closely matches your
problem. This one is for .Net Programming General Discussion questions, not
for Windows. You are welcome to post your Windows questions here. I just
thought I would tell you why they are not going to be answered rather than
letting you sit there and wonder.

Robin S.
Please, Robin, stop helping me. I do not just sit and wonder when I encounter a problem in Real or Virtual Life. I seldom ask for help in general and never before on the internet. As it happens, like the majorities of the replays I get when I do, this one too proved to be useless and not for the reasons you think. Please, forget about it and don't waste time replying.
Apr 7 '07 #6

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