The Billionton Bluetooth PCMCIA driver is from 2004 and only runs on Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP. This is the very old pcmcia bluetooth device driver. You can run the driver compatibility mode if you are running this on another OS. This was the last driver for the PCMCIA device from Billionton.
Billionton Bluetooth PCMCIA Driver
Running in Windows compatibility mode:
- – Extract all the files into a directory;
- – Right Click ont he install file;
- – Left click on “Compatibility Troubleshooter”
- – Allow the software to install itself.
The following older PCMCIA from 2004 will use this:
Much like the Bluetooth 2.0 EDR Driver the hardware inside the brand is normally Broadcom or Wincomm. The BiPAC USB 741GEv2 ADSL is much the same as Billiton does not make its own hardware. It is simply a brand and will work on many other brands where the devices are the same. You can see this from the list below which all use the same chipset.
- CSR Bluetooth Device
- AVNET Bluetooth Device
- ALPS Bluetooth Device
- ERICSSON Bluetooth Device
- NSC Bluetooth Device
- BROADCOM Bluetooth Device
- WLink Bluetooth Device
- OKI Bluetooth Device
- SAMSUNG Bluetooth Device
- MSI Bluetooth Device
- SONY Bluetooth Device
You can also find other drivers on this website such as the WD SES device USB device driver which is also a popular Western Digital product. See the driver for this WD device there. So download the file below and extract the files inside. Click on install as stated and then the driver will install. The brand is irrelevant as the hardware is the same. Wait until the installation is complete and then Windows will show that it found the new hardware. See also other Bluetooth drivers on this website for more information and driver. See the two links below to these directories on this website.