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TomTom 5 BT mouse: no Connection

I has a problem with the Bluetooth connection between the e830w and the new BT-GPS-Mouse of TomTom 5. The Toshiba recognizes the mouse as Com6, the call progress signal is "not connected" however.

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A friend of mine uses the same software for his PDA. I have asked him what the problem can be and he told me that some kind of “connection registry” or something like that is very important. Start PDA and start the Bluetooth. Go to Bluetooth symbol and choose BT settings. There must be shown some “magnifying glass”. Click on it and the search will start. All visible objects will be listed in the upper part of window. Mark the GPS and it will be listed in lower part of window. Click on it and start this “connection registry”. After that you can use the navigations software. Go to “GPS status” and there you must put some check mark on some green quadrangle. Sorry I can not explain you exactly what it was but I am sure that in User`s manuals of TomTom you can find a right explanation.

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