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Plug a Bluetooth adapter into a USB port on your computer. If a Bluetooth adapter is already built in to your computer, ignore this step.
Flip the switch or push the power button on the Bluetooth device to turn it on and make it discoverable.
Click the "Start" button on your computer and select "Control Panel."
Click "hardware and Sound" and choose "Bluetooth Devices."
Click "Add." Follow the onscreen instructions, which vary depending on the kind of device you are installing. The instructions mostly consist of clicking "Next" or verifying that you want to install the device. You now have activated a Bluetooth device on a Dell laptop. hope this helps
generally a no post, since the system will not stay on, you simplify the system configuration by removing all external connections except power, then see if the system will stay on. If it does, add items back one at a time till you ID the issue.
If no change with external items disconnected, then issue is internal. remove any expansion cards and try again, if issue resolved, the add one at a time to isolate fault. If still no go, try ram modules individually. if still no go, disconnect power to all drives, see if system will stay running with drives disconnected. if still no go, then it is either the power supply or the motherboard. replace the power supply 1st since it is cheapest to replace
No the desktop doesn't have internal speakers. Connect external speakers to the Line Out (green audio jack) for basic computer headphones and speakers with an integrated amplifier. See the manual for directions on setting up surround sound systems. http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/vos220/en/index.htm Make sure the speakers are on and have power, if needed.
Well from what you said no device, it was not detected because of your new magic jack. There might be a conflict in your hardware. Try scan plug and play devices if it can detect your jbl or reinstall both you devices.
Remove the battery the ac adapter,the memory.the hard drive and the cd rom.Press and hold the power button down for twenty seconds.Replace the memory first then the battery and the ac ,power up if this works add the other pieces one by one.REMEMBER BEFORE YOU ADD EACH PIECE THERE MUST BE NO POWER ,NO BATTERY OR AC ADAPTER.
is it the m1 active mk2???if so try changing the fuse in the power supply..i know my ones the light started to flash on one,i switch it off with a fan on it for 20 mins and it works again..so i just leave it on now.