If you have vista go on start go on start then connect to it should bring up all ur wireless connections available but if your wireless is not enabled you have to search for your wireless button key on your laptop. mines on F2 but its different for all laptops :)
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First, in order to pair the iPad to a Bluetooth device you need to make sure the Bluetooth device is discoverable. Refer to the instruction manual for the device (which you can find online usually if you lost it) on how to do this.Typically, it just involves holding down a button for a few seconds.Next, you need to turn the iPad's Bluetooth capability on. Go to Settings by touching the Settings App icon that looks like gears.Within Settings, select General and then Bluetooth. Once you are in the Bluetooth screen, press the on/off switch to turn Bluetooth on. Make sure it reads "on".Once you turn on Bluetooth, you should see the discoverable Bluetooth device show up on the screen as part of a list. Select the device you wish to pair with the iPad.Depending on the device, it may prompt you for a password. Refer to the Bluetooth device's product manual for this password.Hope this helps
<p>With a Bluetooth keyboard, you have a multipurpose tool that
connects and exchanges information with its other mobile devices such as a
laptop or a personal digital assistant. Bluetooth technology has exploded in
recent years, especially in the field of keyboards. To read about the right
information to help you shop and make sure you have the Bluetooth keyboard
suitable for your choice. <br />
<p>1. Determine a budget for your Bluetooth keyboard. Most
models fall into the range of $ 50 to $ 150. The more expensive ones tend to be
thin and light design, in connection with extras such as scrolling faster and
longer lasting Li-Ion. <br />
<p>2. Choosing between Microsoft and Logitech marks for the
widest variety of models, including special ergonomic Bluetooth keyboard.
Logitech, for example, makes the Cordless Desktop Wave, while Microsoft is the
Natural Wireless Ergonomic Desktop 7000. Stocks TigerDirect.com both brands
(see Resources below). <br />
<p>3. Select the Bluetooth keyboard from Apple if you have a
Mac to use it, you should work with OSX 10.4.10 or higher. You can buy directly
through the Apple Store (see Resources below). <br />
<p>4. Select a portable Bluetooth keyboard when you buy for use
with a handheld device like a Blackberry. For example, the iGo Stowaway
Ultra-Slim Keyboard weighs only 6 grams. and folds to a size of 5.5 by 4 by 0.5
cm. Blackberry Bluetooth Keyboard weighs one gram. and pay more for a similar
size. <br />
<p>5. Make sure your laptop or a Bluetooth adapter. Most
laptops are designed with internal adapters, but some computers, an external
Bluetooth dongle, a small piece of hardware that can connect to a USB port. <br />
<p>6. Consider selecting a Bluetooth keyboard that comes with
another device like a mouse. Many companies such as Dell, offer these packages
at discounted prices on their websites (see Resources below). <br />
<p>7. Inspect the return policy on the keyboard that you
select. Make sure that you will be able to return or exchange your phone in
case of problems. <br />
<p>Bluetooth wireless technology allows many devices to connect
wirelessly to computers, keyboards, mice, speakers and even other computers.
Most desktop computers come with Bluetooth pre-installed adapters, allowing
many to purchase and install an external Bluetooth dongle adapter. These
dongles are usually connected to an available USB port and automatically
installs without much fuss, but there is the possibility of going wrong,
because usually when people and computers interact. Fortunately, hiccups are
usually quite easy to solve. <br />
<p>1. Unplug the dongle on the computer using the "Wizard
Safely Remove Hardware". Look for an icon in the Windows taskbar that
looks like a USB connector with a green circle and check mark next to it. Wait
a few minutes, and then reinsert it. This will cause the drivers are loaded on
your computer and your problem. <br />
<p>2. Restart the computer; make sure the dongle is working
properly. Some drivers need to restart your computer before working properly. <br />
<p>3. Download and install the latest drivers for your
Bluetooth dongle. If you are unsure of where to get it, Windows can do it for
you. Open "Control Panel" menu "Start," click
"Hardware and Sound" and then "Device Manager". Expand the
Bluetooth Radios section "from the list that appears, right click on the
Bluetooth adapter, and select" Update Driver ". Select" Search
automatically for updated driver software. " <br />
<p>4. Then remove, reinstall the Bluetooth dongle. Right-click
on the Bluetooth dongle "Bluetooth Radios" from the "Device
Manager" and select "Uninstall." Remove the dongle from your
computer, restart the computer. Connect the dongle back and reinstall drivers
is this connected wireless or bluetooth
if its bluetooth you have a permissions issue.
if just wierless dongle the dongle may be faulty try another usb port
if it is a usb conection then the usb legacy in the bios needs to be changed.
re-start the comp pus F2 thats will take you into the bios find usb support enable it job done.
I had same problem- go to www.ionaudio.com and on main page: go to SUPPORT tab. then click on DOCUMENTS & DOWNLOADS, then IMAGE CONVERSION & VIDEO- then ALL then find VCR2PC then on that page make sure you are on DOCUMENTS & DOWNLOADS tab and WAY at the bottom of the page is a Red download link for what is called VXBLOCK - You need to click and download this and follow installation instructions. After installation you should restart computer and you should no longer see that error message you were getting. I have also learned through trial and error that you should have the following turned OFF for this equipment to work properly: Your antivirus program, your screensaver, other programs working still, your wireless bluetooth adapter -disable, Windows Vista users need to change your appearance to Windows Vista Classic/basic. All this info on how to do this is in their TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE to download on the same page as the VXBLOCK. good luck! and remember after finishing all your videos to turn everything BACK ON!!!
<p>Bluetooth technology allows electronic devices for wireless
communication. No more computers connected by cables to printers or headsets
for mobile phones to work. Bluetooth uses tiny chips and recipients for the
devices to "talk" to each other. Once a connection is established
between devices, Bluetooth provides a wireless network to perform tasks. This
technology is relatively inexpensive and generally are included in most
laptops, cell phones and other consumer electronics. But Bluetooth is limited
by several problems, and most devices have more than 30 meters away at work. As
walls and interference from other devices affect the range of Bluetooth. <br />
<p>1. Minimize as much as possible large obstacles between the
connected Bluetooth devices. Range of improvement, for example, there are fewer
walls between the devices. Range is also affected by large between mobile
devices, so moving or rearranging furniture to electronics to improve
performance. <br />
<p>2. Buy a Bluetooth antenna extension, also known as
Bluetooth booster in an electronics store. Extender, which connect to
Bluetooth-enabled devices, Bluetooth devices increases "signals,
significantly increasing the reach beyond the standard 30 feet. The total
expansion is dependent on strengthening the power of the individual. <br />
<p>3. Off or out competing wireless signals such as Wi-Fi
connections. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth works, but is much stronger. The signals can
interfere with Bluetooth connections, reducing the Bluetooth range. <br />
I had same problem- it would Start to Burn then the progress bar would stop before the end and sit there for hours. I went in and did the following and tried again and it worked:
First make sure you installed the drivers AND the vcr2pc from your disk: (I'm sure you did if the program comes up!) and
shut off any running other programs, antivirus programs or put in silent mode, automatic updates to antivirus & others, if you have a Wireless bluetooth adapter disable it temporarily, and if windows Vista- change the appearance to windows Vista Classic/basic this is all on their website at www.ionaudio.com find your product and go to documents and downloads there is a troubleshooting guide which tells you how to disable or shut off alot of the above mentioned items! Good luck! and remember to turn them all back on when you are through recording!
Turn on the bluetooth in your mobile and make it visible to the other bluetooth device then only your handphone will detect the other bluetooth device and viceversa. Most of the recent notebooks are having bluetooth enabled but in some notebooks we need to turn on the bluetooth by using the buttons which indicated as bluetooth. Once you turn on then get into your computer running windows vista type this following command in the search box or in the run box "ncpa.cpl" it will take you to the network connection window. In that window where you find the bluetooth connection.Click the icon first and look it on the top of the window where you can see an option "Connect the the bluetooth"click it then you need to add the bluetooth device click add. It will find your hand phone then it will ask the passpharse key you can create one and then your handphone alert you to type the same key that u given in the notebook.Once it matched it will connect automatically. Later type bluetooth in the search option where you will get an option as Bluetooth(Transfer files wizard) . Click it then you receive or send the file via bluetooth between your notebook and handphone.
OK, in order to solve this problem, I will need more information:
1) What is your operating system (i.e. Windows XP? Windows Vista?)
2) Is this a laptop or a desktop computer?
3) If it is a laptop, is there a switch on the case that turns on and off the wireless ability? Check your user manual - it might be as simple as turning on the wireless switch.
4) If it is a desktop, what kind of wireless adapter did you install?
I'll be able to help more when I get this information. In the meantime, here are a few things you can do:
First of all, you need to delete all of the duplicate connections from Network Connections. They won't really hurt, but they're not helping either. To delete them, just right-click on them one at a time and choose "delete."
Next, you need to understand what the message "a network cable is unplugged" refers to: this has nothing to do with wireless. If there is no actual hard-wire cable connected to your computer, the port (that's the opening that you plug a network cable into) will tell Windows that it is empty. This results in the message "a network cable is unplugged." You can ignore it, or - if you plan to use this computer with a wireless connection only - you can right-click on the connection in Network Connections and choose "disable." This stops the message from appearing, and can be reversed (enable) at any time.