I have a problem getting the bluetooth manager to work on my Pocket pc. The error message is...
The bluetooth radio failed to turn on due to insufficent driver memory available. You must perform a normal reset before you can turn on the bluetooth radio.
I have tried the reset and updated the firmware. It use to work. I left it for a while and then started to use it again. Do you have any idea how to fix the problem?
I have the exact same problem as rambiz's as it says that there is insufficient driver memory and won't allow me to turn my Bluetooth radio on. I checked my memory- i have a 256MB SD card in but my main memory is only 64MB. I'm not actually sure what is wrong. Please help.
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Select the "Bluetooth" icon from the Today screen of your iPAQ h1940. Click on "Bluetooth Settings." Touch the "Turn on" button.
Select the "Accessibility" tab from the Bluetooth menu and select "Allow other devices to connect" and "All devices." Click "OK."
Click on the Bluetooth icon in the upper right-hand corner of your Mac. Click "Turn Bluetooth On."
Select "Set up Bluetooth Device" from the Bluetooth menu and click "Continue." Select "Any Device" and click "Continue."
Select your iPAQ h1940 from the list of devices and click "Continue." Input the passkey number from your Mac into your iPAQ.
Select the type of syncs you want with your iPAQ and Mac and click "Continue."
Select "Browse Device" from the Bluetooth menu on your Mac and select the iPAQ from the list. Click "Browse."
Add or remove files from your iPAQ h1940 by clicking on them and dragging them into a file on your iPAQ or on your Mac. Close the window when you are finished and select "Turn Bluetooth off" from the Bluetooth menu.
Click "Turn off" on the Bluetooth icon on your iPAQ h1940.
The error message is telling you that there is not enough memory to load the BlueTooth driver, try moving some of your files from My Documents/My Music etc. to your memory card.
Also try uninstalling some of your programs and reinstalling them to your memory card, this will free up a fair bit of space in main memory and hopefully resolve the problem.
Also; Tap Start, tap Settings, then tap the System tab and tap Memory.
Tap the Main tab to see how much space is available in main memory, you should see a total of around 115-120MB available (128MB - the lie of storage device sizes - the file system) divided in to storage memory and program memory, if you see considerably less then you're iPaq has a hardware memory problem and will need repairing.
Lastly keep in mind that Windows error messages cannot be trusted and the actual problem may be absolutely nothing to do with memory, so if this doesn't help post back.
often i find that programs are to blame for using lots of memory. a hard reset generally closes most of them but i use ClearTemp to remove the registry dregs and unused shortcuts.
hope that helps!
If I understand your setup, the computer's got the internet connection, and you want to bluetooth your wife's iPaq to the computer and through it out to the internet? And you've managed to pair the iPaq and the computer?
Have you set up a pass-through relationship on the computer using ActiveSync?
Does your USB adapter provide serial port connections ? I had the same issue with an USB adapter with a dedicated-to-phone software. I changed to MSI bluetooth adapter and then made a serial port available to COM5, then connect activesync to COM5. (make sure on the ipaq you create a shortcut "activesync connection" and pair with the bluetooth adapter.
I have bluetooth Activesync working on my hw6515 connected to a Dell x300. Followed the instructions in the User Guide Chapter 9. Need to take note of the com port assigned to bluetooth serial port on the PC.
Connection must be initiated each time from the IPAQ ie go to buetooth manager and connect the activesync shortcut.