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My bluetooth is not functioning

Hi, every time i try to use bluetooth connection in my toshiba laptop......it fails and i have an alert box message saying bluetooth is not ready

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How do I get Bluetooth to work on my satellite pro s300


Try this part of the manual and select connect and look at the Bluetooth settings


The TOSHIBA Assist provides quick access to computer functions

and allows you to customize a range of computer settings.

To access TOSHIBA Assist, click Start, All Programs, Toshiba,

Utilities, and then TOSHIBA Assist.

The TOSHIBA Assist window appears.

(Sample Image) TOSHIBA Assist window

The TOSHIBA Assist offers four categories of options:

? Connect

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You may try to insert the original operating system disc and fixing the boot process. Some computers do not offer an operating disc, thus you may have to use the Restore function. When booting, hit the F8 key and start up in the safe mode. Search for the Restore function and go from there. The problem is you did not state what version of Windows your using and it is difficult to navigate without that information.

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Hi every time i turn on mu vaio pc a message tell me that "BTWUIEXT.exe has stopped working" and because of this i cant use my peripheral blutooth devices like cellphone and etc. also another...


To Fix this you can try the following below:


Method 1:
Check to see if the Bluetooth services are enabled. To do so, follow these steps.

a. Click on Start
b. Type "services.msc" (without quotes) and press enter.
c. In the list find Bluetooth support services and double click on that.
d. Ensure that the service is both set to automatic and started.


Method 2:Check to if these are the settings you have. You can set several options for how your computer finds (or is found by) Bluetooth enabled devices.

a. Open Control Panel by clicking the Start button and then clicking Control Panel.
b. In the Control Panel search box, type Bluetooth, and then click Change Bluetooth settings.
c. In the Bluetooth Settings dialog box, click the Options tab and do any of the following:
o To make your computer discoverable to Bluetooth enabled devices, select the check box for "Allow Bluetooth devices to find this computer."
o To allow you to add Bluetooth enabled devices to your computer, select the check box for "Allow Bluetooth devices to connect to this computer."
o To be notified when a Bluetooth enabled device is trying to connect to your computer, select the check box for "Alert me when a new Bluetooth device wants to connect."

Alternatively you can go to the device manager and make sure all drivers are installed for the driver.

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Hi - my laptop (toshiba L300, model no. PSLB0A-02M027) just freaked out on me - first it went BEEEP then froze, and now it reckons that 'no audio output device installed' so no noises from laptop, also no...


You should visit toshiba's online website to check to see if it can be fixed under warranty (it might still have warranty life available.) If it is out of warranty, you can try and do a restore to an earlier time using the restore feature under help and support. Just go to Start - help and support and type in the search box backup and restore and just follow the directions listed there.
Hope this helps.

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Hi there lauren,

You need to REINSTALL the Toshiba HDD/SDD Alert Monitor. Try to look at the setup file under Program Files directory and inside the My Toshiba folder. It would be better to remove the program first thru the Add/Remove Programs in the Control Panel.

Should you need further assistance, please let me know.

Good Luck!

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What is an HDD/SDD Alert? I have two error messages. One says "Unable to get disk info cannot use alert function. The other says "error has occured in Toshiba eco utility it will exit application. When I...


Under Programs in the My Toshiba folder there is a Toshiba Application Installer. Open(click) that and then re-install the HDD/SDD Alert Monitor. My Toshiba did the same thing and that's how I fixed it.

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  1. Click the Start button getcontent.aspx?assetid=4f6cbd09-148c-4dd8-b1f2-48f232a2fd33&documentset=en-us&renderkey=signed1, click Control Panel, and then double-click Bluetooth Devices.
  2. Click the device that you want to change, and then click Properties.
  3. Do any of the following:
    • To change the name of the device, click the General tab, type a new name, and then click OK.
    • To enable a service, click the Services tab, select the check box next to the service, and then click OK.
    • To disable a service, click the Services tab, clear the check box next to the service, and then click OK.
    • To make your computer discoverable to Bluetooth enabled devices, in the Bluetooth Devices dialog box, click the Options tab, and then select the Allow Bluetooth devices to find this computer check box.
    • To make Bluetooth enabled devices discoverable to your computer, in the Bluetooth Devices dialog box, click the Options tab, and then select the Allow Bluetooth devices to connect to this computer check box.
    • To be notified when a Bluetooth enabled device wants to connect to your computer, in the Bluetooth Devices dialog box, click the Options tab, and then select the Alert me when a new Bluetooth device wants to connect check box.
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    • To help protect your computer, only make your computer discoverable when you want a Bluetooth enabled device to find your computer.

Some computer programs require a COM port (also called a serial port) to communicate with a Bluetooth enabled device. For example:
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  • A program that extracts Global Positioning System (GPS) coordinates from a GPS receiver
When you use the Add Bluetooth Device Wizard to add a Bluetooth enabled device to your computer, you create an incoming COM port, which permits your device to connect to a program on your computer, and an outgoing COM port, which permits a program on your computer to connect to your device. Usually, you only need to use one of these COM ports.
To decide which COM port to use, you can check the information that came with the program or your Bluetooth enabled device, or go to the manufacturer’s website.
If you're still not sure which COM port to use, try each COM port, one at a time, and use the one that successfully allows the program and your device to communicate.

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Hi Bryan,
if you installed the printer by USB, the computer will have installed the drivers for that connection. ( Although USB is Plug and Play ) I,d refer to your user manual regarding bluetooth connectivity, also your printer.
The bluetooth device ( printer ) usually has to transmit signals, to be detected by the Computer. You,ll probably find that if you enable bluetooth on the Laptop. And turn the bluetooth on the Printer ( if Applicable ) by turning on/off or other function ( sync et,c ) the laptop will sense the Printers signal.
Once you have a communication between the two your setup.
I,d suggest unplugging the USB, as the laptops software/hardware, will assume that the printer already has an adequate connection, and will look no further.
Hoipe this resolves your questions regarding Bluetooth Connectivity.

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Hmmm...

If you can connect manually but it is not connecting automatically, then you have a settings problem either on the phone (less likely) or within the applet on your laptop controlling the bluetooth services. Try that first before reverting to the XP bluetooth software; usually when companies include custom bluetooth software, it is necessary.

If you cannot connect at all...

If you have tried to pair the laptop with the Nokia using the Toshiba applet and it never seems to work, and you've tried adjusting the settings on the phone and in the applet, and you know the bluetooth card is on and running normally on the laptop, I'd suggest uninstalling the Toshiba drivers and software through CONTROL PANEL and then rebooting and see if XP takes control of the bluetooth adapter. If not, try uninstalling the bluetooth hardware in DEVICE MANAGER and then rebooting, which will force XP to do a clean install (including bluetooth support software) and see if this gets you to normal operation under XP. If not, go to the SONY web site and, again, do a clean install of their bluetooth support software for your model, and try again from there. One of these combinations is pretty sure to work.

Make sure that if your laptop has a physical button on it to activate the bluetooth radio, that it is on, and that the device is enabled through device manager/network/connectivity. Any one of these being mis-set can (especially on Sonys) result in a confusing set of inexplicable failure conditions.

Good luck...

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