CONFIGURING CONNECTIONS TO µ-BOX and J-BOX USB CABLE: With Windows 7 simply connect cable to your PC and Windows updates will automatically find and install drivers (make sure your PC is connected to the Internet). Once USB cable plugged, this popup window indicates that installation has started. By clicking on it you will be able to monitor its progress and, at the end, to know the COM port number associated to the cable (COM5 in this example). This com port number will have to be specified in DATAVIEW config-set in order to be able to use the USB cable to connect to µ-BOX and J-BOX. We don’t recommend using earlier Windows version but if this is unavoidable, in order to install USB cable, you need to offload its driver and read installation instructions from our website under DOWNLOAD and GUIDELINES. BLUETOOTH: It’s recommended to use RKS USB-Bluetooth dongle even if all PC with integrated Bluetooth device will work. With RKS dongle you will have to install first its drivers downloading those from our website under DOWNLOAD and µ-BOX (64 bits or 32 depending on your Windows version). Once driver is installed plug the dongle and you will be able to pair your Bluetooth µ-BOX as it follows: Go on START, All Programs and look for TOSHIBA->Bluetooth-> Add New Connection. Make sure your µ-BOX is connected to your dashboard and the dashboard powered. Proceed then with Express Mode and once your µ-BOX will be found you will be asked to enter its pin (“1234” if from RKS factory). Once pairing completed, a COM port will be associated (COM52 in this example). To display all paired devices go on START, All Programs and look for TOSHIBA->Bluetooth-> Bluetooth Settings. All your paired µ-BOX will be listed and through “Details” you can always check its COM port number. This com port number will have to be specified in DATAVIEW config-set in order to be able to use Bluetooth to connect to µ-BOX You have now both USB cable and Bluetooth connections configured. To connect to µ-BOX just click on its icon and select which connection to use. Obviously USB cable needs to be plugged into your µ-BOX if you want to connect through it (µ-BOX needs to be plugged into the dashboard and it’s not necessary for it to be powered). For Bluetooth connection µ-BOX needs to be plugged into the dashboard and it’s necessary for it to be powered.