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Bluetooth device is not detected by window 7......It was properly working in Windows xp.....Now a massage has been showing to plugin or switch on the blue tooth device..... My laptops model no.HCL ME B38 notbook..

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Try to locate the bluetooth module manufacturer and then look on their website see if they offer win 7 drivers / support

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