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How do I restart a Bluetooth Stack?

Bluetooth is a wireless technology used primarily to connect a serial cable to be replaced by automatically connecting two associated equipment which are close to each other. Microsoft Windows 7 operating system includes support for Bluetooth devices using drivers typically supplied by the Bluetooth device. When a Bluetooth device that is configured to associate a computer with Windows 7 is disconnected from the computer, restart the Bluetooth stack to solve the problem quickly in many cases.


1. Click the "Start", click "Control Panel" and double-click Administrative Tools.


2. Double-click "Services" item in the list. The "Services" window will appear.


3. Click here to see the "Bluetooth Support Service" to highlight it and click the "Restart" on the left side list of services.

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