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|08-17-2005, 01:07||#1 (permalink)|
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How to remove "BT Serial COM Port"? (Widcomm 126.96.36.1990)
I've installed Widcomm Bluetooth Software 188.8.131.520, but somehow the most frastrating things is, it can't be removed the Bluetooth Serial COM Port. Sometimes I accidental added 2 BT Serial COM Port for 1 particular Bluetooth Handphone.
I've removed the Bluetooth Serial COM Port from [Device Manager] and even from the BT Software Client Application, but it will detect the COM Port(since it is opened) after restart WindowsXP.
Is there possible to remove the COM Port? Or it would go more and more COM Port to be added after a new BT Handphone is connected.
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