Question about Computers & Internet
Your computer needs to have a compatible Bluetooth receiver. Newer models sometimes have a receiver installed on the motherboard, if not you will have to buy a USB Bluetooth dongle. You can pick them up cheap online, or at a local computer store. The USB ones will sometimes come with a driver CD, so be sure to install that. For further information on connecting via a USB dongle you will have to refer to that products manual.
For one on the motherboard, you will generally find options for connecting Bluetooth in the network settings, although it varies across OS, motherboard, and Bluetooth model.
Posted on Dec 04, 2014
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