ShaneGerrish
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RE: UAC error with 375 BlueTooth Drives on Win 7 x64 (E6420/E6320)

I'm using the A02 version with the following command line:
"Setup.exe /qb /ri"
This works fine on older models but gives me the UAC prompt on first login for the M4600.
I'm keen to hear if there is a solution to this.
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RE: UAC error with 375 BlueTooth Drives on Win 7 x64 (E6420/E6320)

Shane,

Thanks for the info. I don't have a 4600 to test with at the moment, but I'll check the BT drivers when I get my hands on one.
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ShaneGerrish
1 Copper

RE: UAC error with 375 BlueTooth Drives on Win 7 x64 (E6420/E6320)

Just had the UAC prompt on first logon for BT reported on an E6310 also (using 375 A02).
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phevier
1 Copper

RE: UAC error with 375 BlueTooth Drives on Win 7 x64 (E6420/E6320)

Hi guys. Here is a workaround you can use for the stupid UAC issue (tested in task sequence and working). http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/w7itproinstall/thread/3c90cad7-3729-49b6-8d16-a89fc7830702
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weedee
1 Copper

Re: UAC error with 375 BlueTooth Drives on Win 7 x64 (E6420/E6320)

Hi Armitage,

I can confirm facing same issue with 6.3.0.6900 A04 Bluetooth driver + Win7 64-bit Ultimate as you do.

Any knowledge when Dell releases new driver version which fixes this issue?

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mohammadsalim
1 Copper

Re: UAC error with 375 BlueTooth Drives on Win 7 x64 (E6420/E6320)

Dear Sir ! I have another problem while installing bluetooth software (A03) for Del XPS -64 bit from driver and utility software provided with laptop. The problem is that while installing bluetooth driver, it does not install saying the message that " Require windows installation Package. Require a programme to complete the intallation , could not be installed."       Please inform me that what is the solution for this?, how can I get windows installation package?:emotion-1:

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shouldased
1 Copper

RE: UAC error with 375 BlueTooth Drives on Win 7 x64 (E6420/E6320)

Never had an issue with the Dell Bluetooth 360 module on a Latitude D630.  Now two E6510's and an E6520 all with 375 module are chronic pains.  All have worked, but will not stay working.

1. One thing found was that after running registry cleaners the 64 active x files used by Bluetooth Stack were cleaned out, reinstalling R254288 seemed to fix this.  - Now it does not.

2. The two E6510's are refurbees.  Added the 375 module later.  Both worked - for a while, now do not.

3. Device manager shows them all "working perfectly"  but three different Bluetooth mice are "successfully added" but do not complete the pairing process (same mice that worked before.)

4.  Bluetooth headset still works on one E6510, but will not work on the second.

5.  All BT items seemed to just die one at a time over a couple of weeks.  I'm guessing I have disabled something, deleted a driver, installed a wrong driver or hold my mouth wrong during pairing.

AT A LOSS on this one and troubleshooting is what I supposed to be good at.

Help if you can.  I'll try the  older drivers suggested above and let you know.

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