Posted 11 September 2006 - 01:30 PM
Well, it's a very LARGE longshot, but you could always try saving it to the desktop, make a special folder, name it installation, and then you can run it once you start up your computer. Since most files downloaded (if not saved to desktop) are saved to ram, this would explain a few things, but not technically all of them.
Since we have an idea it's bluetooth related, if the save to desktop thing fails (which i'll admit, pretty good chance but it's worth a shot) you can try disabling that hardware specifically, if it's the thing causing an error, download the drivers without it running, and when you have downloaded all the drivers for it, reinstall it, (some network devices work this way, it's possible it's working this way with bluetooth). If it's not the problem, then we'll keep searching, after all, this is what building a computer is all about.