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Driver for bluetooth for win 98

I have a China made bluetooth dongle of Shenzang company, the instalation disk is not read by cd-rom. Tell me how i could make it detect on Win 98 to use it as modem ?

I too have Kings ton data traveller of 4 gb it also not detected by Win98 ?
Post me Driver on my E-mail hello_1987@rediffmail.com

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Hi!

1 Was it working before?
2. Is the bluetooth compatible with Win98? Does it meet the bluetooth's minimum requirements?
3. Is your computer an old computer? Maybe your computer's USB ports are USB 1.0 and the 4Gb USB is USB2.0. This I believe will be incompatibile.
4. Try those USB adapters at a different computer to further isolate your problem.

Hope these info helps!

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