Question about Toshiba Computers & Internet
My TOSHIBA Satellite laptop there was a problem with the Bluetooth and I downloaded the driver & stack form Toshiba website then the Bluetooth become working but the F12 botton doesn't turn on or off it ,when I want control it I can turn on or off it from its icon in start menu. Brevity : F12 button controls WI-FI on or off and doesn't Bluetooth on or off
On my laptop Fn displays a certain number icons corresponding to Esc, F1, F2,F3,F4,F5,F6,F7,F8, F9 with F8 activating and deactivating the Wireless. F10 toggles the overlaid keyboard, F11 allows one to use the overlaid keyboard
There are no icons for F10, F11, and F12.
After the icon for F9, there is one for TAB, another for Space, and a last one.
If you click the last icon you open a second set (second page) where there are other icons that control other features. There is one to turn ON and OFF the BlueTooth Adapter.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Well,I'm not really an expert on Bluetooth, but let me try...
Which version of Windows are you running? If you have Windows XP SP2 or above, the Microsoft Bluetooth stack should be installed on your system. First make sure that the Kensington bluetooth adapter is compatible with the printer and the OS. From what I heard Canon sell a separate Bluetooth adapter for about $80 for this, but I'm not too sure.
Secondly, ensure that the built-in Bluetooth Stack or Software has the required Profile for your printer.
Next, put your printer in "discover" mode (see printer manual for more info ). Use the Bluetooth Connection Utility software that came with the built-in Bluetooth stack to "discover" the printer. Follow the instructions by the Bluetooth stack manufacturer on how to pair and connect Bluetooth devices to your built-in Bluetooth stack.
Please also see THIS article. although it is meant for the Logitech DeNovo keyboard, it can be used for any Bluetooth enabled devices. (Just replace the DeNovo wit your printer in the article.
But mainly, make sure that the Kensington adapter is compatible...
Hope that helps..
Posted on May 04, 2008
looks like toshiba is more concerned on profit than in customer assistance, onece you bought a laptop - you are on your own. in two weeks time me and my friend we didnt find working drivers for what is mentioned. all the drivers toshiba is offering is for vista based os only, and some for win xp 32bit. for users like me, they only offer to use vista, pretending it is the best OS. i was working with my laptop even without those drives and noticed it working atleast twice as fast on xp than with vista. win xp was using approximately 270 ram memory to compare with 760 vista's when doing nothing. i am really sorry i bought a toshiba laptop! and now i am over 5.000 miles away! i hope they release drivers or die with no profit. sorry folks- solution is to reinstal vista :(
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
You can download the audio and network driver from this Link................
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
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