I was installing a D-link bluetooth, after installation it asked me to restart my computer so that the new setting could start opperating, then after that it start showing a black screen with on the cousor visible. i can only access the screen only if i press cntrl-alt-del> task manage> file> run new task>explore> enter. what could be the problem?
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first attach the Bluetooth to the computer and restart the computer
when it shows new hardware found so it automatically scan for driver from system
If it found the drivers already in the windows so it run you device
if it not found the driver so it ask form you to install the drivers
and if is not showing any hardware so go to the control panel and click on add hardware
Seems like your Bluetooth and Wifi settings are disabled from BIOS.
On laptops usually there is a setting in BIOS where you can disable/Enable Wifi+Bluetooth.
Turn on computer and press "F2" to go to BIOS settings
Find settings for Wifi+Bluetooth and set it to default.
Save settings and restart computer
You will be able to see your Bluetooth and Wifi.
Hope this works
Please right click the my computer and select manage, you see the management windows, there you select device manager and check your bluetooth driver there any question mark is showing, if yes then install your bluetooth driver, if no question mark is showing there then right click you bluetooth driver and select uninstall driver option, and restart your, after restarting laptop install the bluetooth driver again. if you don;t have the driver click hear and get the latest driver for you bluetooth.
please confirm me if your problem not solve, otherwise give the thumb
Restart your computer and press F8 when boot up and choose safe mode, then enter. Restart again and run on normal mode. If your bluetooth is working before, safe mode will fix the error on the drivers because of faulty installed driver or software or drivers conflict with multiple same drivers installed.
If you just new installed the driver, the bluetooth driver is not compatible with the operating system. Try to go to device manage, right click and uninstall the driver and install again. Or just update your driver whenever you install the bluetooth driver. Normally when installing softwares or drivers, you need internet connect when installing drivers to get updates if ever. restart your computer to take effect the hardware settings.
Plug your Bluetooth device into your computer's USB port. You will need your device in place when you install the software so that the hardware and software registry can form necessary links.
Step 2Insert the software CD into your computer's CD drive. If an installation window does not automatically pop up, go to the "My computer" section of your computer and click on the CD icon. You may need to look for a file called Setup.exe.
Step 3Follow the prompts to install the software. You will have to identify yourself and will probably have to type in a registry key from the box that the Bluetooth software came in. You will also have to select a folder on your computer to house the new program; the default is usually OK.
Step 4Wait for all the necessary components to finish installing. Once done, click the finish button and then restart your computer. Once your computer has been rebooted, launch the software and ensure that it is working properly with your Bluetooth device.
I'm almost certain you don't have a bluetooth installed in the computer only the Microsoft bluetooth enumerator. When you go to bluetooth devices you'll likely only see a bluetooth enumerator. You need to get a bluetooth dongle that will plug in your USB port and the enumerator will run it.
I have the Acer 5735 and it has the bluetooth button also, some computers come with the bluetooth device installed and others like mine have the enumerator only.
Follow these steps to setup Bluetooth:
1. Double-click the My Bluetooth Places icon
2. In the initial Bluetooth Configuration Wizard choose where you want Bluetooth icons to be
3. Enter a name for the computer, select computer type and click Next 4) In the next Bluetooth Service Selection screen, select services that will be offered by this computer by Bluetooth 5) Click next Next button and then click the Skip button to close the Bluetooth configuraton wizard
Next you will set Bluetooth Discovery options 1) Right-click Bluetooth Icon and choose Advanced Config from Menu 2)Click accessibility tab 3)Select let other Bluetooth Discover this computer option 4)Click the Discovery Tab 5) Select Look for Other Bluetooth Devices option and choose how often you want to perform this check 6)Click Apply and then click OK to close the dialog box. Now when someone else with Bluetooth comes into range it will automatically connect