Tip & How-To about Computers & Internet
Bluetooth wireless technology is short range connectivity
between devices as possible. One of the most common between a phone and a
headset, but most computers comes with a Bluetooth-enabled device to
communicate with ease. All you need do is connecting your devices and you are
connected without the hassle of wires. If your computer does not have Bluetooth
built in, adding a simple procedure.
1. Wrap the ESD strap to your wrist and clip the other end
to a metal object to discharge any static electricity that can damage computer
2. Turn off the computer.
3. Remove the lid and turn the computer on its side.
Depending on the design of the case, that would mean regular screws, thumb
screws or a locking system.
1. Remove the cover from the back of the case. This can be
screwed or a locking system, again, depending on the case.
2. Plug the USB expansion card slot. Make sure the card
firmly into the slot then turn on support for the case.
3. Insert the Bluetooth adapter into a USB port on the card.
If the card has an internal port, you can use and maintain external ports for
items that can be added later.
4. Place the lid on the case, then connect and turn on the
Software and Connection
1. Install the Bluetooth driver software. The software can
be integrated into the operating system. If the software for the specific
device is not included, use generic software or the software that came with the
2. Open the Bluetooth adapter software.
3. Start the software and follow the instructions to connect
your devices to the computer. Once the devices are paired, you can use them just
as you would if they were connected with wires.
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