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When you connect a headset (after pairing you double-click the headset's icon and click the headset service) you will hear a beep on the headset itself. When you "answer" this by clicking the appropriate button then the connection is finally established - only then the sound is routed through Bluetooth.
It seems you are doing this already. But the problem is that this only affects programs that start using sound after the connection is established, or programs that don't keep the sound channel open. I am not sure that MSN does it. You could exit MSN, connect the headset (confirm the sounds are coming through it by using Windows Media Player for example), then start MSN again and see if it makes a difference.
you will need to delete any old devices from the memory.go to SETTING / PAIRED DEVICES / move onto a paired device and press the middle button , then scroll down to delete and press middle button, then press green to confirm.
Built-in FM Transmitter to transmit
sound over own car stereo and lets not forget Best hands-free calling> Best guess is that your computer is finding and trying to connect to the blue tooth connection since Toshiba has blue tooth capabilities, also you could be losing the wifi signal just because the FM transmitter is overpowering the the wifi signal. If i had to guess though i would go for the blue tooth connection as being the problem. Hope this helps
First, try to check into settings -> pair with phone and ensure that you do not have already five phone paired with the kit. If yes, just delete one of the phone. If not, you have most of the time a message on the phone saying "pairing fail" or other.
Check to the phone that you do not have the infrared activated. Does the phone find the kit?
You can also trying to retreive the battery of the phone during one minute and put it on again. The try to pair once again.
You can make a crossing test with an other phone to ensure that the kit is working.
your new one may be a type 2 and your old one a type one. It is not upwardly compatible. Does your new one see the older unit? This would confirm that the older unit can be read by type 2 but not the other way round