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when you just turn on before windows loads hold your finger on the blue tooth button keep your finger on it until windows completely loads you should see the Bluetooth light up and it should working now have a great day and always welcome sir .
This is the link to your bluetooth driver. http://global-download.acer.com/GDFiles%5CDriver/Bluetooth/Bluetooth_WIDCOMM_220.127.116.110_XPx86.zip?acerid=633640461748020381&Step1=Notebook&Step2=Aspire&Step3=Aspire%201640&OS=X01&LC=en&SC=PA_6
First you need to install the bluetooth driver software [that can be found on the acer CD that came first time with your laptop or just look here www.acer.com ] , then reboot your system . after that turn on the bluetooth buttons on your laptop and on the device you want to connect your laptop with for example [Cell phone ] . make on of them look for the other . then you need to pair them , so that you don't need to do that again . Just look around in the software that you already installed and problem will be solved .
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you have to switch on the blue tooth of your mobile phone, switch on your laptop blue tooth also,
now open the blue tooth software on laptop there is a search option , it will detect your mobile phone and will ask for a pass key enter 1234 or any key you like but it be the same on both (laptop and mobile)
after that you send files