Unable to resolve Bluetooth driver/activation thru button.
Recently i just try on the Windows 7. I manage to get all the driver up but not this tiny bluetooth ******. I search high and low thru Acer website, from asia to europe, try all the driver even the bluetooth uilities! Just can't get the ****** enable/activated. It show no unknown driver under system manager. Definately confirm the first day i brought these 4620z i saw w my own eye the blue LED light on and show Bluetooth Enable. Even my wife saw these. Pls help!
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Hi Ratnayake RM,
your Dell E5410 is a superb machine. I am telling you some ways to fix the Bluetooth issue. , (assuming you're using Windows 7) if the Bluetooth drivers are installed, then you can right click on the Windows Taskbar, select Properties from the pop-up menu, now in the Taskbar tab's Notification Area select Customize..., see/make-sure that the Bluetooth Icon can be displayed on the Taskbar. After that (assuming that it hadn't already been visible on the Taskbar), you should be able to enable/disable Bluetooth from its System Tray Taskbar icon.Head into Device Manager and check to see if the bluetooth drivers are installed. I'm guessing you are using Windows 7, so go to the stat menu, right-click 'Computer' and press 'Manage'. This will open the Computer Management window, from here click Device Manager on the left coloumn. There should be a Bluetooth Radios drop down menu.
If that is there and there are no question marks next to the items, it means the bluetooth drivers are installed and it should be working. You should also see some bluetooth items under the Network Adapters drop down.
If you cant see the Bluetooth Radio's drop down, it may be because the drivers arent installed. If that's the case, the radio should be listed somewhere down the list with a question mark next to it. Go to the manufacterurs website and find the drivers for the bluetooth module and that should fix it.
Have you tried pressing Windows Key+X? It brings up the Mobility Center in Windows 7. Your Bluetooth may be off or something.
Try these ..these will surely help you
If Acer never made it compatible with windows 7 in the first place you are out of luck. They made it to work with 8, so they had no reason to support win7, therefore it doesnt and you should.... install 10! or 8.1
To resolve this issue, you will need to install the device driver for your Bluetooth device. If the device came with a CD or DVD containing device drivers compatible with your version of Windows, insert that disk into the disk drive and follow the instructions to install the driver.
If your Bluetooth device did not come with a driver installation disk, you will need to go to the device manufacturer's website and download and install the latest driver for your device. To do this, go to the hardware manufacturer and search on the latest version Bluetooth driver for your device. Follow the instructions.
First of all, check whether your Notebook is having Bluetooth devices or not since the Remote Controller you are using works based in Infrared like the Remote Controll like the remote controller in Televisions.
To check whether your Notebook is having a Bluetooth hardware or not, go to Device Manager by following the steps below :
Right Click on My Computer and select Properties in the list.
Now go to Hardware tab and click on the Device Manager button.
Device Manager window opens in a seperate window.
Check if there are any entries with Bluetooth in the the Device Manager.
If you find any entries with such name, click on the [+] mark next to it to expand the tree.
If you find any entries called Bluetooth emulator, it is just the software you had installed and not the Bluetooth Hardware which you can use to transfer data.
If the Bluetooth hardware is installed in your Notebook, there should be HP Integrated module with Bluetooth.
However, to use Bluetooth, the Wireless button should be turned on.
Just follow this steps and make sure that your Notebook is installed with a Bluetooth Hardware and get back to us if the Notebook is having Bluetooth hardware and unable to use it.