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  1. #1
    tamago
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    I have a Nokia 6610. I have recently installed Nokia PC Suite 5.0
    (bundled with the phone), and it will not communicate with the phone
    over my infrared connection.

    Microsoft's "Infrared Monitor" knows the phone is there and that it is
    a 6610, so clearly the phone can communicate with my PC.

    However, when I use Nokia's "Connection Manager" to try and connect my
    phone to PC Suite, I get the following error message:
    Code:
    --------------------
    Invalid IrDA socket (0x80043206, NokiaCL.ServiceLayer)
    --------------------
    My OS is Windows 98.

    I would appreciate any help anyone could offer -- thanks in advance.


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  2. #2
    Andy Bolger
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    Re: PC Suite: "Invalid IrDA socket"

    have same phone, with winme. my solution to it was to go to sigma tel site
    (my ir maker) and download latest driver from there, problem solved!
    andy
    "tamago" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > I have a Nokia 6610. I have recently installed Nokia PC Suite 5.0
    > (bundled with the phone), and it will not communicate with the phone
    > over my infrared connection.
    >
    > Microsoft's "Infrared Monitor" knows the phone is there and that it is
    > a 6610, so clearly the phone can communicate with my PC.
    >
    > However, when I use Nokia's "Connection Manager" to try and connect my
    > phone to PC Suite, I get the following error message:
    > Code:
    > --------------------
    > Invalid IrDA socket (0x80043206, NokiaCL.ServiceLayer)
    > --------------------
    > My OS is Windows 98.
    >
    > I would appreciate any help anyone could offer -- thanks in advance.
    >
    >
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  3. #3
    Vlad Andreyev
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    Re: PC Suite: "Invalid IrDA socket"

    That's right. Usually, this is caused by an old infrared device driver.
    Find out the make and model of your infrared adapter and then find and load
    the latest driver.

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    "Andy Bolger" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    have same phone, with winme. my solution to it was to go to sigma tel site
    (my ir maker) and download latest driver from there, problem solved!
    andy
    "tamago" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > I have a Nokia 6610. I have recently installed Nokia PC Suite 5.0
    > (bundled with the phone), and it will not communicate with the phone
    > over my infrared connection.
    >
    > Microsoft's "Infrared Monitor" knows the phone is there and that it is
    > a 6610, so clearly the phone can communicate with my PC.
    >
    > However, when I use Nokia's "Connection Manager" to try and connect my
    > phone to PC Suite, I get the following error message:
    > Code:
    > --------------------
    > Invalid IrDA socket (0x80043206, NokiaCL.ServiceLayer)
    > --------------------
    > My OS is Windows 98.
    >
    > I would appreciate any help anyone could offer -- thanks in advance.
    >
    >
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    > tamago
    > ------------------------------------------------------------------------
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  4. #4
    tamago
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    Re: PC Suite: "Invalid IrDA socket"


    Thanks guys, I'll give it a shot


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  5. #5
    tamago
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    Re: PC Suite: "Invalid IrDA socket"


    Still isn't working -- I've downloaded the latest version of 'PC Suite'
    from the Nokia site and the latest driver from the Sigmatel site, and
    am getting basically the same error message.

    I suspect it's the (Windows 98) Sigmatel drivers for my USB IrDA, has
    anyone come across problems like this before?


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  6. #6
    shane
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    Re: PC Suite: "Invalid IrDA socket"


    i had the same problem i got it to work once that was it when i
    started my machine next day it never worked at all im on windows 2000
    an it was a pain in the arse i tried uninstaling it re instaling it
    but no good i went on e-bay and got a bluetooth adaptor off a guy
    selling them for 21.99 and it works great .i even took the damn thing
    to my girlfriends and tried it on her computer on millenium and still
    no joy ...




    On Mon, 28 Jul 2003 18:36:23 -0400, tamago <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >
    >Still isn't working -- I've downloaded the latest version of 'PC Suite'
    >from the Nokia site and the latest driver from the Sigmatel site, and
    >am getting basically the same error message.
    >
    >I suspect it's the (Windows 98) Sigmatel drivers for my USB IrDA, has
    >anyone come across problems like this before?





  7. #7
    CaRoTiD
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    Re: PC Suite: "Invalid IrDA socket"


    try changing your settings for the IrDA in your device manager.
    Particularly the speed and drivers in the drop down box. Dont think
    that if its got a different name its not the one. i had this problem
    and it worked for me by changing the speed and driver from the dropdown
    list in the device manager


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  8. #8
    Mike Bradley
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    Re: PC Suite: "Invalid IrDA socket"

    tamago wrote:
    > I have a Nokia 6610. I have recently installed Nokia PC Suite 5.0
    > (bundled with the phone), and it will not communicate with the phone
    > over my infrared connection.
    >
    > Microsoft's "Infrared Monitor" knows the phone is there and that it is
    > a 6610, so clearly the phone can communicate with my PC.
    >
    > However, when I use Nokia's "Connection Manager" to try and connect my
    > phone to PC Suite, I get the following error message:
    > Code:
    > --------------------
    > Invalid IrDA socket (0x80043206, NokiaCL.ServiceLayer)
    > --------------------
    > My OS is Windows 98.
    >
    > I would appreciate any help anyone could offer -- thanks in advance.


    Do you get the same problem with other software? Try the MobiMB demo:

    http://www.logomanager.co.uk/download.php

    If the same problem occurs, then it is a driver problem. If it works OK,
    then it is PC Suite that is the problem.

    Mike

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  9. #9
    tamago
    Guest

    Re: PC Suite: "Invalid IrDA socket"


    Carotid: I tried changing the speed, and unfortunately it didn't work,
    but thanks for the pointer. I'm a Kiwi too (just moved here last year),
    it's a small world

    Infrared Monitor can see the phone and knows it's a 6610, but PC Suite
    can't communicate with it. At first I thought this was PC Suite's
    fault, but then I realised I could not communicate with the phone using
    the 'Infrared Recipient' thingee in 'My Computer' either, so I really
    have know idea what's going on.

    Mike: Thanks for your help, I'll have a look at that link you suggest
    and try the demo


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