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MultiOS computer + Microsoft Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000
I work as a developer for IT Company so I need to compile and test win
applications on different operation systems.
There is quite a big project I am working on. And it requires compiling only
on WinXP because of old code and old SDK used in it. As far as I and my
colleagues concern it is not possible to compile it on Vista + VS2008.
So I have Acer aspire notebook with Vista preinstalled. And I've installed
WinXP as additional system. And I stuck into a problem that my "Bluetooth
Notebook Mouse 5000" can't pair with these OS simultaneously.
But I think that "pairing" Bluetooth devices it is just exchanging some
(public?) keys to make connection between them. I also think that in case of
windows Bluetooth driver, there must be a registry keys which hold these keys.
So the question is: how can I export them from Vista and import into WinXP
(or vice versa) to pair device without actually go through pairing. Because
every pairing process mean changing these keys so another OS won't be able to
work with mouse.
Or maybe there are another ways to make it work?
Or there is some literature where I could find answers on my questions?
Thanks in advance!!!