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    Default DLink DBT-120 Bluetooth - No Devices Found

    Hello all,

    I've got a new shiny magic trackpad that I cant get working on my dream of a hackintosh, and I'm wondering if anyone can help me out. I've gone out and bought two USB dongles which both exhibit the same problem, and the most recent of those is a D-Link DBT-120 rev C1 - which research shows will work right out of the box - but it doesn't on my machine. OSX recognizes the device immediately, but I don't get the option to turn it on/off, and when I try searching for devices to pair to, it doesn't find anything and eventually says "No devices found."

    The hardware works on my 10.6.6 MacBook Pro, recognizes devices and connects fine. The OSx86 is vanilla 10.6.6 running on a Core i7 920 - Dell Studio XPS 435MT. I will post as many details about the dongle as I can below, and I'd appreciate any ideas you guys might have. Thanks!

    Bluetooth Section from System Profiler

    Apple Bluetooth Software Version: 2.3.8f7
    Hardware Settings:
    Address: 00-18-e7-d8-e8-76
    Manufacturer: Cambridge Silicon Radio
    Name: CSR-bc4
    Firmware Version: 1915
    Bluetooth Power: On
    Discoverable: Yes
    Vendor ID: 0
    Product ID: 0
    HCI Version: 3 (0x3)
    HCI Revision: 1915 (0x77b)
    LMP Version: 3 (0x3)
    LMP Subversion: 1915 (0x77b)
    Device Type (Major): Miscellaneous
    Device Type (Complete): Miscellaneous
    Composite Class Of Device: 0 (0)
    Device Class (Major): 0 (0)
    Device Class (Minor): 0 (0)
    Service Class: 0 (0)
    Requires Authentication: No
    Services:
    Bluetooth File Transfer:
    Folder other devices can browse: ~/Public
    Requires Authentication: Yes
    State: Enabled
    Bluetooth File Exchange:
    Folder for accepted items: ~/Documents
    Requires Authentication: No
    When other items are accepted: Ask
    When PIM items are accepted: Ask
    When receiving items: Prompt for each file
    State: Enabled
    Incoming Serial Ports:
    Serial Port 1:
    Name: Bluetooth-PDA-Sync
    RFCOMM Channel: 3
    Requires Authentication: No
    Outgoing Serial Ports:
    Serial Port 1:
    Address:
    Name: Bluetooth-Modem
    RFCOMM Channel: 0
    Requires Authentication: No



    Bluetooth USB Host Controller from System Profiler
    Bluetooth USB Host Controller:

    Product ID: 0xfc01
    Vendor ID: 0x07d1 (D-Link Corporation)
    Version: 19.15
    Speed: Up to 12 Mb/sec
    Location ID: 0x5d100000
    Current Available (mA): 500
    Current Required (mA): 0
    Last edited by atlmarq; 01-22-2011 at 06:41 AM.



 

 

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