DV6000t High Speed Bluetooth Problem

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  1. longhornbsbll15

    longhornbsbll15 Notebook Consultant

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    Alright, this is really annoying me. Every time I plug my ipod into my dv6000t, i get this message [​IMG]


    I'm pretty positive I have high speed USB right? But one, i only have 3 USB slots on my whole laptop(dunno why this shows 8). And two, which freakin slot is my high speed?

    Is this a problem with the driver or what?

    Somebody help.....
     

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    orev Notebook Virtuoso

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    Your subject line is about bluetooth.

    Are you using a USB hub, or plugging right into the USB port?

    Do you have OTHER USB devices plugged into the laptop? If any one of those is an old USB device, it might bump down the speed, so remove all other USB devices.

    What condition is that ipod cable in? Is it beat up and bent a lot? It could also be a bad cable.

    Do you have any other devices that also give you this message, such as a Flash or external disk drive?
     
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    sorry, messed up the headline

    straight into the laptop

    no other usb devices. its a first gen ipod nano

    cable is in good condition

    don't think i've gotten the message with any others?
     
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    bump for some help?
     
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    I never seen this message but you might have a USB 1.0 cable and your port is USB 2.0
     
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    I see, any way to specifically check that kinda thing?

    Also, you have a dv6000t, howd you get a 7600 graphics card?
     
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