Question about Insignia Bluetooth Wireless Headphones with USB Bluetooth Adapter
Windows 7 should automatically find the device and install the necessary software when you plug in the "Insignia" bluetooth transmitter. Once this is complete (can take a few minutes) you will need to connect your headset. It will connect and attemp to install drivers. It will not find the drivers on Windows Update, but instead it will tell you that you need to download a "Lenovo" driver and go to the broadcom website. Ignore Broadcom as they have removed this from detected devices and will just lock the system up. Instead download the Lenovo "Bluetooth with Enhanced Data Rate Software" driver that it suggests even though you may not have an IBM/Lenovo system.
The filename it downloaded for me was "7zbv14ww.exe", but if you do a google search there is a v15 available but I haven't tried it as the v14 is working perfectly fine for me.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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