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By typing fsquirt in run command,a bluetooth file transfer wizard opens.
But before that you should check the following.
When you install a supported Bluetooth adapter in Windows XP SP2 or any Windows OS, the adapter becomes active together with the following Microsoft components:
The Options tab in Bluetooth Devices provides options that control how devices discover and connect to your computer. The main option is Turn discovery on. This option lets devices discover your computer so that you can make a connection.
Other options on this tab include the following:
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SOURCE: enabling bluetooth
Are you sure that bluetooth is installed? You should be able to look in the Device manager, usually listed under Network Adapters to see if there is such a device. If so, it is usually enabled using the HP network configuration icon in the Tray (where the clock is on the right hand side of the taskbar).
Posted on Apr 06, 2008
Run services.msc (which is the service management tool)
You should see a Bluetooth Support Service, set this to start and then have it automatically start with windows as well.
Bluetooth control panel application: bthprops.cpl
Bluetooth listed in my actual control panel.
However you may need to reinstall BT again and check for the properties of it.
Please check the steps and let me know if it works.
Posted on May 16, 2010
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1. Confirm whether or not your computer is Bluetooth-enabled. Simply go to your computer's control panel section and then look for a Bluetooth icon (it is shaped like a B and should be blue.) If you find the icon, your computer already has a Bluetooth receiver, and you can go on to step 3. If not, see step 2.
Install a Bluetooth adapter. Bluetooth adapters normally plug into a standard USB port. You will need to install some drivers and a management program, for the Bluetooth adapter to work, but these should come on a CD bundled with the adapter.
3. Put your computer in Bluetooth "discovery" mode. This mode allows your computer to find Bluetooth devices and is the first step to forming a Bluetooth enabled personal area network (PAN). Although the way to do this may vary depending on your adapter, the process generally involves opening your computer's Bluetooth utility and then looking for a "search for devices" option. The utility is in the programs menu if you are using an adapter or in the Control Panel if your computer already has Bluetooth.
4. Activate your Bluetooth earpiece. Most headsets with a blue "power" button can be activated by pressing this button twice. However, many high-end models have different protocols, so it is best to check your owner's manual.
5. Confirm the network link. After your computer locates the Bluetooth headset, a message will pop up and ask if you want to set up a link between the computer and the headset. Simply press the "OK" button to confirm this connection. You can then test the connection by using a voice chat program and calling a friend, or opening the Windows sound recorder to see if your voice is being picked up by the microphone.
Read more: How to Install Bluetooth on Your Computer ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4811532_install-bluetooth-computer.html#ixzz1RaGozhzm
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