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There should be a switch just above the keyboard to turn wireless/bluetooth on or off. Make sure this is turned on first. Once you have the bluetooth controller turned on, click on the start icon and open Control Panel. Find and open 'Devices and Printers'. Click 'Add a Device' and follow the instructions to pair your bluetooth device with your PC.
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Open your computer's Control Panel center to access your Bluetooth Device settings. Click on the Windows icon or the "Start" icon on your computer desktop's taskbar at the bottom of the screen. When the pop-up menu opens, click on the "Control Panel" link.
Access your Bluetooth Device settings. When the Control Panel opens, click on the settings link that reads, "Bluetooth Devices." This link will display all of the possible actions and settings you can take regarding your laptop's Bluetooth technology.
Configure your laptop's Bluetooth technology. Select the "Start the Bluetooth Device" action. The blue and white Bluetooth icon will appear in the Windows System tray within the computer desktop's taskbar.
Network with another device in order to import and export files. Double-click on the blue and white Bluetooth icon on your computer desktop's taskbar. A Bluetooth dialog window will appear on your screen displaying your Bluetooth technology portal. Click on the "Add Devices" action. You will then be asked if your laptop would like to search for other compatible devices. Click "Next" to proceed. You will be prompted to choose a passkey for the pairing. Create a simple passkey and click on the "Pair" option. When the notification is received by the other device, enter the same passkey to pair the device to your laptop.
My Acer Aspire has a bluetooth button but it doesn't have bluetooth built in, this is because Acer has lots of different model variations but the exterior looks the same and they use the same hard drive image across the whole model range, this is why I have the software installed but cannot use it as I have no bluetooth device, you can check if you have by right clicking on '(My) Computer' icon then choose manage and then device manager, do you see any bluetooth devices, if not then this is the reason why it's not working.
not a problem
go to the device manager
find the bluetooth device
go to the driver tab
select the "roll back driver"
this should do the work
try to update the next update and see if it works you can always go back with this feature