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No, this model does not have Bluetooth capability built in. There are USB powered Bluetooth adapters on the market however. As a matter of fact, search Wal-Mart's website for "Bluetooth adapters" and you should get a wide selection of choices.
When you want a bluetooth device to connect to your computer's bluetooth receiver, you have to set up the 'password' (which you decide) on both your PC/laptop AND your external device (e.g. BT enabled mobile phone). Generally on the PC/laptop this will be via the drop down menus got by right clicking the BT symbol on your desktop and selecting 'properties' (or via the start menu listing for BT device etc). Then for example your mobile phone's BT menu, via its settings. Do this for each external device. Sometimes devices come with a preset passkey/pairing code which can be a default of 0000. Consult device documents. If the device has no preset then set it up to be the same as the one you set for your PC BT receiver. Test the link by sending (TX) a file to the external device & vice versa (receiving device must be set to receive FIRST)
configure first ur BT device OR just enabled it., . check it first the control panel in the device and sounds part....
OR maybe reinstall the specific driver for ur BT device of ur unit...HOPE it works...
Check first if you hve the bluetooth hardware. go to device manager under conrol panel (classic view).
Check and see if yu have bluetooth listed under device manager, If none, your unit is only BT ready but not capable.
If you can see it under device manager, turn on the wifi switch on the laptop. Find the Bluetooth icon on the notification area(looks like a blue circle with the BT icon), right click on it to enable.
Hope this helps.
I have never seen a laptop that had a button to turn the Bluetooth on or off - usually the button is to turn the wireless network connection (802.11b/g, or WiFi) on and off. When you turn it on, it tells you there are no networks available since you do not have a wireless router or access point. But if you were someplace where a wireless connection is available, like Starbucks, it would show the connection and offer to allow you to connect.
The Bluetooth is normally turned off and on by software, probably some icon in your tray (next to the clock) on the taskbar.