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I installed the Asus mini Bluetooth USB - BT211 and I see the icon Local Area Connection - A network cable is unplugged . When I go to the Bluetooth Suit and click on the configuration task that IE fails and shuts down. My email is tiva777@hotmail.com

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Bluetooth does not connect to the internet, it connects to other bluetooth devices such as bluetooth mobile phones.
the network cable shows unplugged if there is no cable plugged into it and going into your internet router

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