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Bluetooth in acer aspire 5020

When I click on my bluetooth-button a green text appears on the screen saying "No Device". How can I fix it ?

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This is due to driver misssing you have to reinstall driver properly
steps for doing so.

  1. shut down your system
  2. turn on your system.
  3. switch on the button of blue tooth device
  4. now install the driver from the cd provided to you by acer.
restart you system.
this will solve your problem.

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