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Innocent Devil

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When i connect the net thru GPRS using nokia 7650 phone connected 2 pc via bluetooth,
i get only max.of 2 KBytes/s download speed :realmad:

but status of the connection shows connected at 115.2 Kbits/s == atleast 14KBytes/s

Iam using M$ drivers for the modem aka "Standard Modem over Bluetooth link"

it also indiacate the max speed is 115200bps
still why i cant get this speed ?

The PCSuite or the modem driver frm nokia are not recognizing the phone (N7650 suite 2 the latest 6.7) :no:

My bluetooth dongle is Blutonium BCM2035
the bluetooth driver in the cd provided is by widcom
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Gouki

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I didnt understand what drivers you are using. M$?

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Innocent Devil

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M$ == MicroSoft :-)
"The level of security that Vista is trying to achieve to protect video and audio is more extreme than anything the US government has ever considered necessary for protecting its most sensitive classified data."

Read Full Article @ [A Cost Analysis of Windows Vista Content Protection]

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Ohhh, cool. I did not know.

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Innocent Devil

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The Connection usage shown in TaskManager reaches max only upto 25%, No more :-(

how 2 utilize it upto 50% or 75% ,

Plz somebody help
"The level of security that Vista is trying to achieve to protect video and audio is more extreme than anything the US government has ever considered necessary for protecting its most sensitive classified data."

Read Full Article @ [A Cost Analysis of Windows Vista Content Protection]

Don't be lame [Linux is NOT Windows]

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ranjit jacob

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Whats OS do u have on ur PC and whats the SP for that OS ??




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