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id reinstall vista ! if you want to do this you need to get in to the bios which u press F2 i believe when the comp first starts up when your in the bios scroll along to boot menu u shud see a boot list with your hard drive at the top ,you need to change your dvd drive to the top so itll boot from dvd , restart your computer with a windows vista disc in the dvd drive and i think it shud give you an option to fix your system if doesnt work then definitly do a clean install of vista using your product code . hope this works
downloads are either being stopped by a firewall or your system cannot update what it needs to because your missing other updates. if you dont have all required updates some others will not install.try automatic updates.download all critical and recommended updates.
This is generally caused by bad blocks in the Master Boot Record(Table). The drive itself is probably not salvagable. You'll need a reputable reapir person to slave your drive to another system to get the data off.
Have you looked to see if there is a bluetooth software bundle that came with your computer? If there is it should be as easy as finding the program on your computer that runs the software. Once you locate the program you'll have to setup the software with your bluetooth device. If you do not have a bluetooth device, setup will not work as it needs the device to automatically sync with your computer.