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I bought a bluetooth device ,but but i can't send a file out to through the device, i can receive if anyone send a file though, and if i try to send a file out , it will bring a blank box saying ''select where you want to send the file'' but there is nothing to select, it also has a place to check downward, saying ''use authentication'' this can't be check on my PC, and when i want to search, it won't search at all..........please what can i do, because the device is working perfectly on a friend's PC.

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  • downasweeet Sep 04, 2009

    can you give me the link where i can download the driver for my bluethtooth please, i use a compaq presario CQ50, window vista service pack 2, 32bit, thanks, but before then i will try to see if i can get the downloading link myself..............Thanks

  • downasweeet Sep 04, 2009

    yeah it is, thanks

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Download the latest drivers. Make sure device is allowed through firewall. Use installation disc or download one from manufactures' webiste. You can also view youtube and howstuffworks videos to how to set up your device

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