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    Not sure if this is the place for this post. I'm running Win 7 on an Acer Aspire 5570Z which I stupidly did not have configured at the time of purchase with bluetooth. I recently purchased a new Nokia phone which supports bluetooth and wanted to load my contacts and calender from Yahoo into the phone. To do so, I bought a BlueTooth USB thing by Micro Innovations (model USB50BT). When I plugged it into the laptop, all seemed ok until I got a window that said I lacked a driver. After much searching, I found a driver and downloaded it. I also downloaded the Nokia OVI Suite which was free on their website. All seems to work well and I have sucessfully loaded my contacts and calender onto the Nokia phone. Now finally to the question - somehow I have a piece of software cakked "BlueSoleil 6.4.261.0 Evaluation Copy 2mb data only". that I'm not really sure how I got but suspect it was downloaded with the driver. I continue to get a pop-up window that says I should "buy" the software within (now) 14 days. What I don't know is I actually need the thing or not. From what I can tell from the evaluation copy, it seems to provide a means to copy files etc between bluetooth devices. My Nokia OVI Suite seems to do that quite well between the laptop and the phone. Anyone out there who can clue me in on what this BlueSoleil thing is? I've attached a print screen of the main window. Thanks much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Harper View Post
    Not sure if this is the place for this post. I'm running Win 7 on an Acer Aspire 5570Z which I stupidly did not have configured at the time of purchase with bluetooth. I recently purchased a new Nokia phone which supports bluetooth and wanted to load my contacts and calender from Yahoo into the phone. To do so, I bought a BlueTooth USB thing by Micro Innovations (model USB50BT). When I plugged it into the laptop, all seemed ok until I got a window that said I lacked a driver. After much searching, I found a driver and downloaded it. I also downloaded the Nokia OVI Suite which was free on their website. All seems to work well and I have sucessfully loaded my contacts and calender onto the Nokia phone. Now finally to the question - somehow I have a piece of software cakked "BlueSoleil 6.4.261.0 Evaluation Copy 2mb data only". that I'm not really sure how I got but suspect it was downloaded with the driver. I continue to get a pop-up window that says I should "buy" the software within (now) 14 days. What I don't know is I actually need the thing or not. From what I can tell from the evaluation copy, it seems to provide a means to copy files etc between bluetooth devices. My Nokia OVI Suite seems to do that quite well between the laptop and the phone. Anyone out there who can clue me in on what this BlueSoleil thing is? I've attached a print screen of the main window. Thanks much.
    You should not need any special software to do this. The Nokia web site may have desktop management software (My Blackberry did) You should not have to pay extra. Win 7 does have some capabilities of dragging stuff from the PC or phone or vice versa. Try these things and uninstall the offending app.
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