BTH Enumerator store reset

Discussion in 'Drivers' started by Frank Witteman, Dec 13, 2013.

  1. Frank Witteman

    Frank Witteman

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    I tried once to pair unsuccessfully my Iphone by BTH on my HP Compaq8710p and ever since then I get 2 unknown peripheral devices in Device Manager that I cannot get rid off. This problem is described in kb/811805 but I cannot delete the BTH keys in regedit (permission denied). I am the admin and tried to change permission for that key but it won't allow that either. The only way not to show the bad devices is by disabling the BTH enumerator.. Please advise
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    Frank
     
    Frank Witteman, Dec 13, 2013
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    Problem solved, left clicked on the BTH icon in Quick Launch Toolbar, select Show BTH devices, right clicked on the device, selected Remove and after 10 seconds the (faulty) device was gone. I then enabled the BTH Enumerator in Device Manager and no more the 2 Unknown Peripherals icons and no more error mesages.!
     
    Frank Witteman, Jan 10, 2014
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