Bluetooth transceiver doesn't like Memory stick, when they are near

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Hardware' started by Ari Sillanpää, Dec 29, 2008.

  1. Works well, when Bluetooth transceiver is in front of desktop and memory
    stick is behind desktop.

    Memory stick is "Kingston 4 GB Data Traveler 100"

    Bluetooth transceiver belong to "Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Desktop
    7000"-set
     
    Ari Sillanpää, Dec 29, 2008
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  2. Ari Sillanpää

    David B. Guest

    It would help if you actually stated what the problem was "Bluetooth
    transceiver doesn't like Memory stick" tells us nothing useful.
     
    David B., Dec 29, 2008
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  3. Vista bloks out memory stick. Is't electromagnetism interference or is't
    that they use same "port, address, name" and vista doesn't like it
     
    Ari Sillanpää, Dec 29, 2008
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  4. Ari Sillanpää

    David B. Guest

    Ok, give us useful info rather than goofy terms to describe problems.
    what does "bloks" mean? Vista doesn't see the drive, Vista sees it but you
    can't read or write to it?
     
    David B., Dec 29, 2008
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  5. Ari Sillanpää

    Curious Guest

    On my Vista HP 32 bit SP1 desktop I have both a Bluetooth USB dongle and a
    USB memory stick without any problems. they are both connected to rear USB
    ports.
    You need to provide more details on what happens when you try and use them
    separately on your system rear ports.
    Blocks out does is a meaningless term to me without any supporting details.
     
    Curious, Dec 29, 2008
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  6. It seems that rear ports are not Hi-Speed-USB-ports

    "Put your memory stick away from port where it's now and put it to free port
    which support Hi-Speed-USB-devices"

    Motherboard manufacturer MSI tell a lie that they are
     
    Ari Sillanpää, Dec 29, 2008
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  7. It seems that front ports are not Hi-Speed-USB-ports

    "Put your memory stick away from port where it's now and put it to free port
    which support Hi-Speed-USB-devices"

    Motherboard manufacturer MSI tell a lie that they are
     
    Ari Sillanpää, Dec 29, 2008
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  8. Ari Sillanpää

    Curious Guest

    I am not surprised but I think that the problem may be that the front ports
    are shared between a single high speed port connected to the MOBO with a
    cable whereas the rear ports are separately directly connected High speed
    ports connected directly to the MOBO and therefore also have more power
    available to them.
     
    Curious, Dec 30, 2008
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