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No.. but you can however get a micro adapter and plug it into the USB port.. they are tiny now.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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Click "Start" and type "wireless assistant" into the search box.
Click the "HP Wireless Assistant" entry in the list of results.
Locate the "Bluetooth" entry.
Click the "Turn On" button in the "Bluetooth" category to enable the Bluetooth antenna in your HP Pavilion.
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