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Re: A message regarding bluetooth peripherial device on...
This is caused by a piece of hardware.the program needed to install it is missing.if you have recently added a blutooth device try to find the device driver files for it.the original cd or the website will contain these.
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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.
Hi, this will help you find: thebluetooth Devices. Go to, and click on the Start button, next in the search box; Type: "bluetooth," the Bluetooth Devices, will appear in the Programscategory, select to open. In the next window "view," if the device is present? click on the "Bluetooth" device to "setup," and Install. Note: "If the "Bluetooth" device is not in the (Device Category)," go back to the search box, Type: "MSI VR" once again, if you have the function; MSI VR Application and Driver Installer, it will appear in the search devices, select to open the "Installer," you can install, Hardware Devices, and Drivers; if this option is available. Select the device, click on the "Install" button, and follow all the instructions. If this solution help? Feedback is appreciated, thanks paul7of9
I think the bluetooth drivers are not installed in your pc. open your device manager to confirm whether the driver is installed or not. Lenovo 3000 N100 PCs have a seperate manual switch to turn blutooth on and off. This switch is near the button that you slide to release open the screen to lift up.
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
if you install xp then find out the xp drivers in www.lenovo.com > select country > support and downloads > model number> etc. After downloading file >install the driver > after installation reboot your computer > after machin on you just switch on the wifi or bluetooth switch (near you laptop hinzes) and try it.
Method 1: Rename the Bth.inf file
Rename the %WINDIR%\inf\Bth.inf file to Bth.bak before you install or reinstall the third-party device or stack.
When you rename the file, you prevent Windows Plug and Play PNP from using that INF file to
install the Bluetooth driver that is included with Windows XP SP2. To rename the file, follow these steps:
Click Start, click Run, type %windir%\inf in the Open box, and then click OK.
Right-click Bth.inf, and then click Rename.
Rename Bth.inf to Bth.bak, and then press ENTER.
Install the third-party Bluetooth driver.
Method 2: Update the Bluetooth driver in Device Manager
replace the Windows XP SP2 installation of the Bluetooth stack, update
the driver in Device Manager. When you do this, specify your
third-party driver. To update the driver in Device Manager, follow
Click Start, click Run, type devmgmt.msc in the Open box, and then click OK.
Locate the device.
Right-click the device, and then click Update Driver.
the steps that appear on the screen in the Hardware Update Wizard to
specify your third-party driver for the Bluetooth device.
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Under Choose by Service Tag click
Enter a Tag
, then type in the computer's Service Tag number, click Go in the green oval .
When the default values are not correct, click the to the right of Operating System or Driver Language and select the desired value.
Click the to the right of Category, then click Network in the list of categories that appears.
Click Download Now to the right of Wireless Internal Bluetooth® Module.
In the File Download - Security Warning window, click Save.
Write down the filename, it will be needed later.
Click Desktop on the left under the navigation bar of the Save As window, then click Save.
It may be necessary to click Browse Folders to expand the list of options.
In the Download Complete window, click Close.
Click the Start button.
Click the arrow to the right of the lock icon.
Select Shut down.
Wait 10 seconds after the computer shuts down, then press the <Power> button.
Once the computer has reached the Desktop, double-click the file previously downloaded.
The Open File - Security Warning window may appear. If so, click Run.
The User Account Control window may appear. If so, click Allow or Continue.
In the Network: window, click Continue.
In the Select the folder where you want to unzip the files to window, click OK.
In the Folder does not exist. Do you want to create it? window, click YES.
When the message appears asking to overwrite the folder, click Yes to All.
In the All files were successfully unzipped window, click OK. The Preparing toInstall the Vista Bluetooth Profile Pack screen appears and closes.
In the Vista Profile PackBluetooth InstallShield Wizard Welcome window, click Next.
In the Ready to Install the Bluetooth Profile Pack window, click Install. The Installing the Vista Bluetooth Profile Pack screen appears and closes.
In theOne Click Download Firmware Upgrade window, click OK.
A message to plug the computer in to A/C power may appear. If so, provide the computer with A/C power before proceeding.
The Dell Bluetooth module's firmware is updated and the installation of the Vista Bluetooth Profile Pack continues.
In the Vista Bluetooth Profile Pack InstallShield Wizard Completed window, click Finish.
In the Vista Profile Pack Installer Information window, click Yes. The computer restarts.
this would work for dell 1525 with vista and xp please note that the perihepral device is nothing but the device which you are connecting, will have its own device please check you must have a driver in the manual or it would already be installed in device as soon as you connect it should work after this steps