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How to replace Toshiba Bluetooth Stack on Microsoft

Bluetooth is named after 12th century Danish King Harald Blatand ("Bluetooth"), whose reign unified the Danes and Norwegians. Bluetooth technology "unites" the wireless devices over short to medium distances, so that your cell phone ring tones from your PC without a cable or you can call with a wireless headset. Some computers have their own Bluetooth driver, or stack, pre-installed. This pile of others changes the generic driver from Microsoft that need to connect some devices.

1. Disconnect all devices, the computer by turning it off or unplug it from your PC.

2. Click "Start" then "Control Panel" and "Add / Remove Programs". Search for "Bluetooth Stack for Windows by Toshiba", click the Remove button and click "Yes" to confirm.

3. Restore access to Control Panel and click on "System (Performance and Maintenance)." Select the "Hardware" tab and click "Device Manager". Click the "+" sign next to "Universal Serial Bus Controllers" to expand. When "Motion Computing USB Bluetooth Adapter" from the list, right click and select "Uninstall."

4. Click "Start" and "Run." Type "% windir% \ inf" in the "Open" and click "OK". Check if a file "Bth.bak" or "Bth.inf.old" exists. If none are listed, go to Step 5. If any of these files exist, right-click, choose "Rename" and rename it to "Bth.inf."

5. Restart the computer and the Microsoft Bluetooth drivers are loaded by default. Find the Bluetooth icon in the taskbar. If you cannot see, click "Start" and then "Run." Type "bthprops.cpl" in the "Open" and click "OK" to close the Bluetooth devices and select the options your Bluetooth device.

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