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I dont see a bluetooth icon on my system tray.. i cant enable my bluetooth pls help. dell inspiron e1405.

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  • Hold Fn Key on the Left botton of the Keyboard and Hit F2.
  • Bluetooth and Wireless will be Enabled
Any doubts or clarification jus let me know

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