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BLUETOOTH 4.0 USB MICRO-ADAPTER drivers download
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I Agree, hard to tell which one to use, although if you download the one you mention and try it, it won't do any harm, it just won't work if it's the wrong one, so you can uninstall it from add/remove programmes. If you have XP Service pack 2 you may not need to use the driver as there is a bluetooth driver within windows. I had a look on driver guide for you, but thats even more confusing!
Posted on Apr 23, 2007
What is the operating system of your computer? Can you tell me the exact model number of your Bluetooth Adapter (it usually starts with GBU)?
Check the link below, and see the system requirements:
You need to check also the system type of your computer (32 or 64-bit OS). Some IOGEAR devices could only support 32-bit OS. If you are running 64-bit OS, that could cause the problem.
Try to uninstall the Bluetooth driver. Reboot the computer, then reload the installation disk that came with it. Once the hardware wizard ask you to plug the device it, just continue the installation, BUT DO NOT plug the device.
After the installation is done, reboot the computer again, the PLUG the device in WHILE the computer is shutting down. Once the computer comes back up, then it should install the other necessary driver. And that should work.
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
here is the manual
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
SOURCE: Good afternoon, tell me where
Go there and click Networking under products. Then click 10/100 Fast Ethernet Notebook Adapter.
Download the user guide (save it to your desktop) which will be a zip/ace file. Extract driver from inside that zip/ace file to your desktop. Then go to add new hardware or access this from going to mycomputer/device manager/'your card'/update driver and upon the installation of the driver select, "Install from location/directory." Select the driver folder, the proper OS, and then the necessary install will occur.
Consult the installation manual inside the zip file if 1) You don't know how to install the driver already, 2) my above instruction doesn't make sense to you.
Posted on Oct 27, 2010
Check out http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/156598-bluetooth-initial-configuration-will-not-launch.html
finally I found a solution that worked
Posted on Nov 15, 2011
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