My brother sent me a VGA web cam and bluetooth head set w/ bluetooth PC dongle and i have been unable to install it. My computer is running Windows Vista. I am Computer illiterate so I don't know if i'm doing it wrong or I if can install at all since I'm not running Windows XP.
First, unplug the webcam and uninstall the software and driver that came with the CD.
Then plug the webcam and wait that Windows install the default driver by itself.
Then goes to Device manager, double-click on "Ezonics camera' and click on "update driver". It will update the driver from the internet.
Then it will work!
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Step 1: A Bluetooth dongle is an external Bluetooth device used to enable your PC's Bluetooth connection. Many Bluetooth dongles come without installation disks since the software is pre-programmed into the actual USB stick. These Bluetooth dongles are very useful on netbooks that don't have Bluetooth connection, since netbooks have no CD-Rom drives. Turn on your PC. Insert the USB Bluetooth dongle into the USB port on your desktop tower, or the USB ports located on the perimeter of your laptop. Wait for the program to auto run. Once you connect your dongle, the driver program should launch. Follow the onscreen prompts to install the dongle. A dialogue box should open that says "Installing Drivers" from the taskbar. Allow the driver to install completely before closing the box. Unplug the dongle and restart your PC. Once the PC has been switched on, insert the dongle. Double-click "My Bluetooth Places." This is the Bluetooth icon located in your taskbar, and it should launch the "Initial Bluetooth Configuration Wizard." Click "Next" on the first screen. Next, type in the name of your computer and select your computer type from the drop-down menu, then click "Next." Click "Skip" on the onscreen prompts, then finish. Pairing the Devices Turn on your external Bluetooth device. Double-click "My Bluetooth Places." Select "Find Bluetooth Devices." The name your Bluetooth device should display in the next window. Right click the icon for your Bluetooth device, and scroll down to "Pair Device." Enter the Bluetooth pin code for your external device in the "Bluetooth Pin Code Request" pop-up window. Then click "OK." The default pin code is normally "0000" or "12345." You can find your pin code in your user manual. If you are pairing a cell phone to your PC, you will have to enter the same pin code on your cell phone to establish the Bluetooth connection.
Tool; CSR bluetooth dongle 2.0, got from store for only $2.50. Install Toshiba Bluetooth
stack v7.00.10(T) driver Win7x64 (search in google to download the
OFF state of your BH-214, press power button until LED flashes
quickly,do not release the button, stay press until LED
flashes red & blue alternately slowly.On ur PC,->Add new device,
then your PC would detect BH-214 as headset. Work fine with my BH-214 to connect with PC through BTooth dongle (A2DP 1.2
(btooth audio profile) & AVRCP (player navigation control profile))
& at the same time with my phone (HFP, HandsFree profile).
Possibly, but what operating system are you running? If XP you may have to plug the dongle in and reboot your PC. Windows will, if the dongle is ok, detect it and install the required drivers. The message "New hardware detected" will be diaplayed, and then "Your new hardware is installed and ready for use" The light should now light. If not, you may have a bad dongle. Is your headset wireless, or is it bluetooth?
It may be that it is disabled but if it exists it will be in the Network Adaptors section of Device Manager If it doesn't appear there (and not an "Unknown Device") I wlould guess that it is disconnected or non-existent.
Hi. Before starting, make sure the keyboard and mouse are ON and with batteries. Whit the PC already ON: * The first step is to plug in the USB Bluetooth adaptor. * Once the Bluetooth adaptor is inserted, allow Windows to install the drivers. * Once Windows gives it the OK, the USB dongle should have a light or even a button. (If you don’t see a button the "yellow" light is the button). * Press the USB dongle button....this will tell the dongle to start looking for a Keyboard or mouse. * On the underside of the mouse (and keyboard) should be a a small button. * Press the button(s) for ~5 seconds, then release.. this tells teh keyboard (or mouse) to look for a dongle. This should show a connection between the dongle and the keyboard (or mouse). Or With the PC Off: * Just connect the dongle * Do the button sequence as described above, unit the dongle light goes “solid” again. * Start the PC and keyboard and mouse should work perfectly. Cheers, Ed