Hi. I've problem with my bluetooth on my Dell Inspiron 1525... For some reason I had to reinstalled my OS and now i can't get bluetooth working even I installed the bluetooth drivers from the CD I got for it, and even downloaded from latest drivers from www.drivers.dell.com and installed successfully but still not working...
any help is deeply appreciated Thanks in advanced.....
Check dell website (I also had that problem) and if in your computer support page doesn't appear a parch, check in laptop, inspiron 9400. There is a patch for wireless 355 bluetooth. (It seems like a bug in the device)
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When you reformatted your computer did you do a factory reset with the recovery partition or CDs? or a clean installation of Windows from a Windows CD? The reason I ask is because a factory reset should install all the drivers for you machine (including wireless and sound), but a clean install of Windows will not. Either way, looks like you'll need to use another computer WITH internet access, go do Dell.com and download the appropriate drivers. Once you install those you should be back to normal.
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You need to remove the wep key from the linksys configuration to enter the configuration of the router, in Iexplorer, go to http://192.168.1.1 there must be a security access confguration than refer to wep active/inactive switch it off, it should go.
i assume you are connected using wired or ethernet connection on a modem or with a router...? try to release or renew your IPs also what's the OS of this laptop? if it's on windows, run ipconfig from the command prompt, if you got an IP starting with 169.xxxx.... release and renew it. if it's a Mac, trash tcp/ip.