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Re: Problem with my Bluetooth
I found your driver on the internet. Is your notebook a Fujitsu Siemens LifeBook E8210 PC Notebook like the displayed Icon beside your problem. I will give you the site and some instructions for you to find your driver. Open this site http://support.ts.fujitsu.com/com/support/index.html ---on the Welcome to our Support Pages there is another scroll down inside the webpage, scroll it until it reaches the buttom. You will see there the SELECT PRODUCT drop down box. Choose your product and wait for the 2nd drop down box to appear. Continue choosing your product until the 4th, the last box will appear. The sequence of the boxes are like ex. 1)Notebooks, 2)LIFEBOOK, 3)LIFEBOOKS E, 4) and the 4th box choose between the two E8210 whether your notebook is a ATI-Graphics or Intel-Graphics, after that click on Drivers and choose your operating system. Then you can download all the drivers you want. Hope this helps.
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To resolve this issue, you will need to install the device driver for your Bluetooth device. If the device came with a CD or DVD containing device drivers compatible with your version of Windows, insert that disk into the disk drive and follow the instructions to install the driver.
If your Bluetooth device did not come with a driver installation disk, you will need to go to the device manufacturer's website and download and install the latest driver for your device. To do this, go to the hardware manufacturer and search on the latest version Bluetooth driver for your device. Follow the instructions.
Do you not have a bluetooth internally installed or is this an error message, and you're pretty sure your laptop says it has bluetooth?
If you don't have bluetooth, you can always buy a usb bluetooth dongle and install the software included on the cd that comes with the package then you should be good to go.
If your laptop says that it has built-in bluetooth, you probably just have to press a button from your keyboard that says turn your bluetooth on, or if the software isn't installed, you can always install it and it should work.
i hv inbuilt bluetooth thats why asking for recovery cd or any drivers for that so coz i m trying to search bluetooth of my nokia phone 6270 the pc has only a window which even cannot try to search the bluetooth i think their drivers are lost ok can u please help me to get knowledge abt Acer Aspire 1640 that has it inbuilt bluetooth? coz their in front pennel of my note book their is a sign of bluetooth nr one indicator and frankly saying this pc is given to me by my brther in law (software engineer) so he is in u.s. and all the information he doesnt given me coz he is very buzy person so i m trying to solve my own
I included these links directly to dell's drivers and software downloads, the first is a direct link to the bluetooth driver the second has a list of all drivers and software for the D600.
You should first check your bios (F2 on startup) to make sure the bluetooth is enabled. Bluetooth was an option for the D600 and had to be ordered at time of purchase so if it doen't show in the bios then the option was not included with that particular laptop and downloading the drivers/software will do you no good.
If you can connect manually but it is not connecting automatically, then you have a settings problem either on the phone (less likely) or within the applet on your laptop controlling the bluetooth services. Try that first before reverting to the XP bluetooth software; usually when companies include custom bluetooth software, it is necessary.
If you cannot connect at all...
If you have tried to pair the laptop with the Nokia using the Toshiba applet and it never seems to work, and you've tried adjusting the settings on the phone and in the applet, and you know the bluetooth card is on and running normally on the laptop, I'd suggest uninstalling the Toshiba drivers and software through CONTROL PANEL and then rebooting and see if XP takes control of the bluetooth adapter. If not, try uninstalling the bluetooth hardware in DEVICE MANAGER and then rebooting, which will force XP to do a clean install (including bluetooth support software) and see if this gets you to normal operation under XP. If not, go to the SONY web site and, again, do a clean install of their bluetooth support software for your model, and try again from there. One of these combinations is pretty sure to work.
Make sure that if your laptop has a physical button on it to activate the bluetooth radio, that it is on, and that the device is enabled through device manager/network/connectivity. Any one of these being mis-set can (especially on Sonys) result in a confusing set of inexplicable failure conditions.