Re: Blackberry and Dongle Conflict
- --- In DVDongle@yahoogroups.com, Nate Duehr <nate@...> wrote:
>Serial ports 14 & 15. The BB is the IP connection when mobile.
> ae4kj wrote:
> > Thank you, thank you.
> > I have an BB 8330 through Alltel. Suppose to be good speed. I am
> > using Access Quicklink Mobile Ver.188.8.131.528, on RIM Virtual
> > The Dongle connects by USB Serial Port (Com 9). The Boot is1.04, Firmware 1.11, S#041153.
> > The Laptop is an HP running XP Home Ed. SP 3. So, I do not knowwhere the conflict is if both work individually just fine.
>Both devices may be running fast enough that you've reached that
> Is the USB hub/bus just overloaded? Is it USB 1, USB 2 in the HP?
particular USB chipset's limitations.
I have four built-in USB ports in the Laptop. Paul and I have same
laptops, his is fine. Only using two of them, not any hub. I have run
APRS and other multiples so it doesn't sound right.
>in the machine? On some machines, different ports are actually to
> Is there another USB port that leads to a second USB hub/bridge/bus
different USB chipsets inside.
I have run APRS and other mutiples connected in this machine. Do not
think it has shown second Chipset.
> (Macs are a weird example of this. Some Mac Pro's have separateUSB hubs/chipsets for EACH USB port, since Apple knew people would be
doing high speed things on them, where MacBooks sometimes have the
feature, sometimes don't. I found a website that a hardware fan had
figured this all out on once, but I'm just not that interested in
it. I just point it out in case it relates to your HP.)
>home on Wifi in house. But not together on the road when I try to
> > I have good Internet on the road and the Dongle works fine at
connect Dongle when on the Internet. I switched with Paul's Aircard
and it worked.
>PCMCIA or similar, not USB.
> How does his Aircard attach to your machine? That sounds like
It is also USB.
> > The only FAQ I find is that you cannot open two ports to theUSB 2.0 devices? Something to check with HP on... (if they care)?
> > soundcard simultaneously, but I don't think that fits here.
> Doesn't sound like it, sounds more like a chipset problem with the
> laptop not being able to run full data rate simultaneously to two
Maybe they could offer some tools to see what's going on?
> At least there's still real hardware engineers at HP, but probably
> in the PC department. They make the mid-range and biggermachines. :-)
> Just brainstorming, all of the above may be utterly retarded upon
> review. ;-)
> Nate WY0X