Question about Dell Latitude D430 Notebook
First thing you need to do is click the windows icon at the bottom left of the screen to pull up your start menu. 2.Then select control panel. 3. once your control panel is up select hardware and sound. 4. From the control panel screen select hardware and sound. 5. When the hardware and sound screen you will see several selections. 6.Under devices and printers you will see "add a bluetooth device" select that. It will come up with a screen that says windows will search and discover new bluetooth devices. 7. Finally make sure the device you want to connect to is set to discoverable or your computer won't find it. Most phones and other devices have a bluetooth setting menu in the wi-fi menu. Hope that helps. Good luck.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It's easy to miss the point at which you hit Ctrl + F11. You need to hit Ctrl + F11 at the point you see the blue bar across the top of the screen, it will display www.dell.com. If this is still not working you can use the XP operating system CD to reinstall XP and the Dell drivers CD to reinstall the sound, video, network and other drivers. If Dell didn't send you the operating system CD, you should contact them.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
first of all, did the first solution provider acutally believe that a good dell latitude d600 would be made by such a horrible company as compaq? thats insulting. Secondly, Dell doesn't seem to provide drivers, and i have yet to remember wher i got them in the past. In the mean time, next time you reboot the computer, press F2 to enter the BIOS setup. Press F2 untill you see a page mentioning something about either Infrared, IR, or IrDA. Make sure it is set to enabled. If you are lucky, windows will see it and attempt to download the drivers. Being i am running the Windows 7 Beta, i have yet to convince windows to do that. Good Luck
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
SOURCE: I have a Dell Latitude
Glad to HELP YOU!
First you have to make sure that you have the DRIVER for your Bluetooth card. Just go
-> double-click on MY COMPUTER > PROPERTIES > HARDWARE > DEVICE MANAGER and see if your Bluetooth device is working properly.
If not you can download the driver that suits your operating system from HERE.
After that you can take the following steps:
# turn on your machine and let it boot into Windows
# press the Fn+F2 keys to enable Bluetooth connectivity; locate the array of green lights near the display; also check that Bluetooth connectivity is enabled by identifying the light next to the Bluetooth symbol is lit
# go START > CONTROL PANEL > BLUETOOTH DEVICES
# click the OPTIONS tab and activate TURN DISCOVERY ON.
Bluetooth capabilities are now enabled on your Latitude!
My best regards!
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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