The instructions say to click device manager then click on infrared then click anable ,,,but no infrared tab is visiable to click,,, I even went onto system all programs and i cant see infrared or irda tabs to get to enable this program and this is a new computer
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To resolve this issue, you will need to install the device driver for your Bluetooth device. If the device came with a CD or DVD containing device drivers compatible with your version of Windows, insert that disk into the disk drive and follow the instructions to install the driver.
If your Bluetooth device did not come with a driver installation disk, you will need to go to the device manufacturer's website and download and install the latest driver for your device. To do this, go to the hardware manufacturer and search on the latest version Bluetooth driver for your device. Follow the instructions.
If Windows Live OneCare is installed on your machine, it may be blocking the device connectivity. Please click here for the steps to configure Windows Live OneCare to allow the device to connect.
The driver installation may not have completed successfully. If you think this may be the case, follow these steps:
Keep your device connected
From the desktop, go to Start > Start Search
Enter "Device Manager" or "devmgmt.msc" to launch the Device Manager window
Look under the "Network adapters" node for "Microsoft Windows Mobile Remote Adapter". If this is not present, skip to step 5. Otherwise, right-click "Microsoft Windows Mobile Remote Adapter" and choose to "Uninstall"
Look under the "Mobile Devices" node for "Microsoft USB Sync". If this is not present, skip to step 6. Otherwise, right-click "Microsoft USB Sync" and choose to "Uninstall"
Disconnect and reconnect your device. Your device driver will re-install and Windows Mobile Device Center will launch.
In tools options audio is there a microphone selected? If not then select a microphone and see if the bar jumps when you talk. If there is another microphone available then try switching to that and seeing if the bar jumps when you talk. If none are available then skype does not recognize your microphone. Check if your computer recognizes your microphone by going to control panel -> hardware and sound -> manage audio devices -> recording and see if the bar next to the items moves when you talk. If not ensure they are enabled by clicking twice on the microphone and next to device usage select use this device (enable).
lease check the connection and the speaker. After that go to device
manager check the sound driver is installed or not.If the sound driver is
not installed please download the drive and install properly.
First of all, check whether your Notebook is having Bluetooth devices or not since the Remote Controller you are using works based in Infrared like the Remote Controll like the remote controller in Televisions.
To check whether your Notebook is having a Bluetooth hardware or not, go to Device Manager by following the steps below :
Right Click on My Computer and select Properties in the list.
Now go to Hardware tab and click on the Device Manager button.
Device Manager window opens in a seperate window.
Check if there are any entries with Bluetooth in the the Device Manager.
If you find any entries with such name, click on the [+] mark next to it to expand the tree.
If you find any entries called Bluetooth emulator, it is just the software you had installed and not the Bluetooth Hardware which you can use to transfer data.
If the Bluetooth hardware is installed in your Notebook, there should be HP Integrated module with Bluetooth.
However, to use Bluetooth, the Wireless button should be turned on.
Just follow this steps and make sure that your Notebook is installed with a Bluetooth Hardware and get back to us if the Notebook is having Bluetooth hardware and unable to use it.
Check the device manager to see if the drivers for the infrared device are there. If they aren't there, then go to Dell's site and download them. If they are, unistall, reinstall, the check Dell's site for updates. If the device manager shows everything working properly, the device itself may be malfunctioning. The same procedure for the bluetooth device.
Sound has nothing to do with infrared devices. The yellow exclamation mark that you see under the device manager is due to drivers of the infrared device not found or is not installed properly. There might also be a possibility that the device is not getting recognized by the computer due to corrupted drivers so the drivers of the particular needs to be installed again with the CD.
check driver installed in device manager,check wireless link in control panel.
make sure phone infrared is activated and close enough to pc.when pc picks up device icon in sys tray will appear (infrared in range)