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When i setup the bluetooth it write that no bluetooth detected what can I do

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His sir, actually you could try going to the device manager of your laptop and try if there is a bluetooth driver installed, if there is none it means that your laptop has no bluetooth hardware installed and also as i have check using the product no. that you have provided (29583AU) your machine really has no bluetooth device installed you could also check it here for verification http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/quickPath.do?quickPathEntry=29583AU or you could try calling their tech support hotline for further verification (877-453-6686). hope it helps

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