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I recently bought an Iogear GBU-421 micro bluetooth adapter. It contains a Broadcom chipset. I am wanting to use the Java Wiimote Whiteboard, but it does not support Winsock. I am wondering if there is a way to completely bypass the Winsock drivers and use Broadcom's Widcomm Bluetooth stack. I tried to run the installer, but it never gets past validating device. Any help is much appreciated. Thanks.
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