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Sennheiser bluetooth headset not working on Win7x64

I'm using this BT dongle: http://dx.com/p/mini-bluetooth-v3-0-usb-2-0-dongle-71248 Windows detect the BT radio and install default MS drviers when i "add a device" it detects MM400 headset but no driver is found. Sennheiser doesnt privide Windows drivers at all.

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SOURCE: Sennheiser VMX100 Bluetooth Headset

In order to pair it with your phone, it must be in pairing mode first. If it has never been paired to another device before, just by opening the boom, the indicator light should flash alternately in red and blue, thus indicating it is in pairing mode. Otherwise, to force it to go into pairing mode, press and hold the volume (either + or -) whist opening the boom. It should flash alternately in red and blue. Only then, make the other device's b'luetooth application search for new devices. After a while, the VMX100 should appear on-screen. Select it and make it connect. If a pairing code (or PIN, or passkey) is requested, enter '0000' (four zeros). If the pairing process is successful. Now, ot pair it with the other device (the VMX100 is able to pair to up to 4 different devices), make sure the previous device has its bluetooth radio turned off. Then, repeat the pairing process with the other device.
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SOURCE: I have bluetooth headset MM100

Hi,

This is a strange question I will explain.

The MM100 is working according the A2DP (bluetooth) protocol.

So windows 7 can not find your sennheiser drivers because there are none.

Windows 7 needs the driver for your bluetooth card. This is either integrated in your computer or you are using a USB dongle.

Through the bluetooth software within windows 7 or a alternate program provided with your bluetooth card you can look for your sennheiser. This is colled pairing.

There are thousends of methods to pair so read the manual of your computer (bluetoothcard or dongle) aswell as the MM100.

Good Luck

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