I have a DTL-4 card but am having problems installing it. After installing the software and restarting the PC as instructed, I plug in the DTL-4 card. Plug and Play recognises new hardware but it is identified by a "?" and a string of strange characters. If I proceed and try to install the drivers then the drivers cannot be found. I have tried this on both a Sony Vaio running Windows XP Professional and a Dell laptop running Windows 2000 Professional, with the same results in both cases. Any suggestions?
Im having the very same problem with Fujitsu Amilo D-series and DTL-4 running on WIN XP home edition. I start to wonder if there is some serious problems with DTL-4 card ???
Anttoni W, Transmix Ltd, Finland
Sorry, I don't have a solution yet. Nokia technical support have now referred the problem to Finland. Meanwhile, I have found another solution to my problem. I am using a Sony Vaio and I bought a DTL-4 card because the 6310i caused the Sony Bluetooth software to crash. Sony have now released a software update and my Vaio now works with my 6310i using the Vaio's internal Bluetooth. If I get a solution from Nokia on the DTL-4 I will post it here.
I had the same problem Too. I suggest it's a faulty card, my first attempt to use the DLT-4 card was unsuccesful because after a correct setup the New hardware Wizard displayed that there was strange new device. Fortunately I had the opportunity to use another DLT-4 card with the previous settings and everything worked perfectly well at the first attempt.
Hi all !
I finally got some answers from Nokia via our telephone provider. Nokia has been discontinued to manufacture DTL-4 and made a new subcontract with a company not yet publically known. So I guess new cards are available near future.
I really hope this is not just a rumor because new DTL-4s are impossible to get...