I installed XP SP3 and drivers, push the botton Bluetooth, then find my cell phone(via Bluetooth in a task bar), but I could not open my phone and see the structure(folders and files). If I use cable everything is all right. What's wrong?
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Re: problem with Bluetooth
Bluetooth does not have that kind of connection, it's not the same as a USB cable. There are functions that bluetooth offers called profiles. Depending on the bluetooth stack you have (the one that comes with windows is very limited) will offer you different services, however, I am pretty sure there are no profiles that offer file browsing, only sending and recieving files. You can sync (with like activesync or itellesync) and send files, but not manage file and folder structures, nor request a file.
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you are most likely getting a BSOD with a stop error code of 0x0000007B which is caused by the Windows XP CD that you are using doesn't have the SATA Hard Drive controller driver needed to recognize and utilize the hard drive. If Lenovo has XP drivers for this model then they should have a SATA driver (roughly 394k) that will need to be loaded FROM A FLOPPY DISKETTE during the boot to XP. (XP Requires the driver to either be slipstreamed into the CD or loaded from a floppy diskette. Trying to load the controller driver USB or a different CD will not work)
CAUSE Windows XP SP3 introduces a new .dll file that is named Wlanapi.dll. This file is installed in the %WINDIR%\System32 folder. Certain device driver installations for some third-party wireless network adapters also install a Wlanapi.dll file in the %WINDIR%\System32 folder. If such a file is installed in this folder before you install Windows XP SP3, the Wlanapi.dll file that is associated with the network adapter is replaced by the file from the Windows XP SP3 installation.
RESOLUTION To resolve this issue, check the Web site of the wireless network adapter's manufacturer for the latest device drivers that are available for a Windows XP SP3-based system. Then, download and install the latest device drivers for the wireless network adapter.
You need to install the bluetooth software, if you have a disk, install from there. Otherwise look on the manufacturers website for the drivers and other software you may want. the bluetooth device itself is just the hardware, you need both the software and the hardware, good luck,
PS, also mention what operating system you have, because XP doesn't support it even though it will work on XP, that's a MSFT thing,they would rather say they don't support something than have it work properlly with their software
me too have that problem, i updated me XP SP2 to SP3 and failed to install bluetooth, then i removed SP3 and re install bluetooth, it worked fine, as my comment, reinstall ur OS to windows XP SP2 and try.