d/l widcomm version 18.104.22.168 and copy the btwusb.inf into version 22.214.171.124, then once u go and install, it will recognize the dell 350.
Originally Posted by Lobo_wolf14
Here's how it appears so far since I got my 350 and MX5000.
Turning off my keyboard for about 9 hours a day doing a lot of typing and some gaming, the keyboard battery level is still on "good" and hasn't changed.
Using my mouse moderately to moderately-high and leaving it on all of the time, the battery lasted a week.
My Dell350 drivers also lasted a week....
...I left my computer on all night, everything was working fine, I woke up this morning and nothing worked. My Truemobile350 drivers were nowhere to be found in device manager. It just randomly shat itself, and when I restarted the blue light didn't even come on.
To keep it short, it was a driver problem and the only WIDOMM driver I've found on this thread that works is the one listed at the very start of it with the license patcher.
After wasting 4 hours of my Saturday that I'd have wasted anyways I can assure you these things from my trials.
1) The Anycom driver listed above does not contain drivers for the 350 card.
2) You MUST have the Logitech bluetooth dongle plugged in while installing setpoint or the program will not give you option to connect your devices. (Note to you people pairing your device with Windows, you can only use the keyboard functionality and won't be able to use the LCD features or customize buttons)
3) Aslo, after you get your 350 bluetooth card working again, you may have to reinstall Setpoint again, but that may not be the same for everybody.