Hey i just changed my system from vista home premium to vista ultimate, i cant find the bluetooth connection and also internet....wireless network...it says, bluetooth adapter not installed! what do i do?
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Re: new os installed..
Erm, install adapter? I mean, seriously, go the website of the manufacturers that made your bluetooth adapter and search for vista compatible drivers for your blutooth adapter. Once you get a hold of it. install it. It shouldn;t be an issue once you have the proper driver. however, please do revert back to me if you face difficulties. Thank you.
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Try to download the bluetooth driver from the Dell Support website. Go to www.support.dell.com and enter the service tag, which you can find in the bottom of the computer. It will list all the available drivers. Find the bluetooth driver for the computer for the particular OS (in your case Windows Vista Home Premium 32bit), then download and install it. Restart the computer. It should be working.
You can only change the language of Vista if you have Vista Ultimate or
With Ultimate, you can download the language packs for
free. Just open Windows Update, choose "view available updates", and
check the language pack you want.
Afterwards, from Control Panel
(categories view), just choose "Change display language" under "Clock,
Language and Region". Pick your language, log off, log on, and done.
If you have another version of Vista other than those two,
such as Windows Vista Home Premium, you'll need to purchase a "full
version" of Windows Vista in your desired language and perform a "clean
install" or install it on a separate partition or drive (dual-boot).
Vista Home premium drivers will work perfectly with Windows Vista Ultimate. When installing Vaio event service and Vaio Control center make sure that you run setup file as administrator. Right-click the setup file and select option "run as administrator". By reinstalling utilities this way they will work perfectly well
The product key on the label on the bottom of the laptop will only work for the version of Windows that was installed on that laptop.
You can purchase an upgrade Windows Vista Ultimate and to use in conjunction with the existing Vista Home Premium.