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"Qweiop" keys do not work (Win 7 server, Win 10 client)

Discussion in 'Questions and Support' started by leshrak, Jan 28, 2016.

  1. leshrak

    leshrak New Member


    I've gone through setting up the Across program on a Windows 7 machine, and was able to successfully pair it to my Windows 10 Pro tablet using Bluetooth HID (there are no RFCOMM drivers for my tablet to test with). The mouse works great (though I can't use middle click because the swap button isn't configurable). The keyboard also mostly works, except that the keys qweiop do not register, so typing things is basically impossible.

    Any ideas? I just downloaded/installed this yesterday using v1.03. Thanks!
  2. Seungjin Lee

    Seungjin Lee Member

    Welcome to Across Center!

    Guessing you may not read the limitation of the trial version in the download page:
    Yes. The RFCOMM service works in the user level on Windows and therefore no device driver is needed for it. You can safely disregard the unknown driver for the RFCOMM service.
  3. leshrak

    leshrak New Member


    Thanks for your prompt answer, you are right - I did not read the terms. :)

    Regarding the RFCOMM, if there is no driver, then Windows cannot use it. But it is not necessary due to the limitations you mentioned before. Thanks again for your help!
  4. Seungjin Lee

    Seungjin Lee Member

    A BT RFCOMM service works in the user mode rather than the kernel mode on Windows. User mode processes (.exe) work for a RFCOMM service. Therefore there is no need to have a device driver (.sys) for a BT RFCOMM service.

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