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Bluetooth setup there is a bluetooth button, on my computer, when pushed though, it says "no bluetooth device". i want it to recognize my bookshelf stereo. i know lthe stereo works because it just recently recognized my cell phone.

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First off what is your laptop Maker, Model number, and does it support bluetooth.
Most laptop that one will get will either have them or not built in.
Bluetooth is attached to the wireless software configuration.

Let me know

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Instructional steps
  1. Plug the bluetooth dongle into your computer or if your computer is equipped with an internal module, activate it (this is sometimes accomplished by a switch on the side of your notebook computer).

    Some bluetooth dongles will be automatically recognized and windows will automatically install the drivers for you; however some devices may require the drivers be installed manually.

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Activate and configure bluetooth on your cell phone. Setupwill be different depending upon the brand of your phone. You will need torefer to the owners manual of your particular phone for specifics but I willcover general guidelines.

* Locate the bluetooth settings menu in your phone.

* Turn bluetooth ON.

* Give your phone a name (you can use anything you like, but keep in mind thatother bluetooth users can see this name) this is the name that will identifyyour phone when you or others are searching for nearby bluetooth devices.

* Set your bluetooth visibility. This should be set to "shown to all"or "visible". You may wish to turn this feature off when you are notutilizing bluetooth.
Now you'll need to pair your phone and your PC. This can bedone from either the phone or the PC.

From the PC (Windows XP):

* Right click on the bluetooth icon in the system tray and select openbluetooth settings.

* At the bottom of the devices tab, select "Add"

* The Add Bluetooth Device Wizard appears, select "My device is setup andready to be found" and click the Next button.

* The wizard should find your device, if it doesn't, refer back to step three.

* Select your device and click Next.

* When prompted about a passkey, choose "Let me choose my ownpasskey", enter a passkey of your choosing (I like to use 0000 for easebut windows recommends an 8-16 digit passkey). Click Next.

* At this point the computer will attempt to connect to the phone via bluetoothand if successful your phone will prompt you for a passkey. Enter the samepasskey you entered into the computer and press OK.

* If you are prompted to accept a connection request from your computer, selectYes.
Now that your phone is paired with your computer, you arenow ready to begin transferring files. We will use a picture for this example.

* Right click on the bluetooth icon in the Windows system tray and selectreceive a file. This lets your computer know to expect a file transfer from abluetooth device.

* Again all phone models are different so this next step will vary.
Locate an image file on your cell phone and select send - via bluetooth.

* The phone will then search for bluetooth devices in range and display themalong with already paired devices.

* Select your computer from the list of devices.

* The data file will transfer over to the computer and windows will prompt youto enter a file name and choose a location to save the file to.

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