Can you anyone send me the link to the modded BTH.inf file? The link posted previously is not wokring now.. plz...
The file that needs to be edited/patched is: \WINDOWS\inf\bth.inf
Login as administrator, make a backup of that file. Either to a different name (say, bth_inf.bak), or to a different directory.
Edit the file with notepad or your favorite editor. Search for the line that contains "Dell Wireless 350 Bluetooth". Copy it to a new line. Edit the new line so that you get the following:
Dell Wireless 350 Bluetooth Module= BthUsb, USB\VID_413C&PID_8103Dell Wireless 360 Bluetooth Module= BthUsb, USB\VID_413C&PID_8140
The second line is the one we added. The only changes are "350" for "360", and the PID value (8103 for 8140).
Save the modified version of BTH.INF. Disable and re-enable the BT device, or just reboot. The Microsoft driver and stack should now install.
Be aware that the limitations and problems mentioned in other threads about the 350 (and 355) module also applies here.
Bill, feel free to edit the post at willing.
My additional steps/details:
open the bth.inf file with notepad (will have to open notepad and then find the hidden file bth.inf)
edit as above (include the lines for both the 350 and 360 modules)
save the file
use Add/Remove to remove the Toshiba Bluetooth stack drivers
Windows will start to load and install the Windows Bluetooth stack
When completed, reboot again and then everything will be ready to add Blettoth devices.
These exact steps worked on the following machines that were all haveing the same expired Toshiba driver errors/messages.
LatitudeD530, D520, D620, D630