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I borrowed a belkin bluetooth device from my friend but when i put it into my laptops usb port there is 3 beeps instead of the usual 2.... it does not show up on the computer at all.... can you help me please.....

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The three beeps mean that the device has malfunctioned or is not recognised , try plugging it into another usb port

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1. Connect your ISP modem to your PC and configure as Bridge mode.

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