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Re: Can you help with the bluetooth problem?
Eddie - I posted a response to this several days ago but I don't see it. So here goes again. I had asked if you used the recovery cd that came with your pc. Is your bluetooth imbedded or USB. This sounds like a driver problem. If you used the recovery cd it should have had the driver on it. If it is imbedded on that machine, if I rememner right I think it's F6 to activate the bluetooth. If it's USB we just need to get you the driver. Either way it's probably the driver. Let me know how you did the reformat and if the bluetooth is USB or imbedded and I'll take care of you. I imagune you're running Vist but let me know to be sure. Thanks.
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Restart your computer During the boot process you will see on the screen to press a certain key to enter setup usually the Delete or F2 key this will vary depending on your computer and operating system Press and hold that key during the boot up process to enter BIOS using the arrow keys load failsafe defaultsor load optimized defaults press escape then press f10 to save to cmos to restart hope this helps
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If you are using the Preinstalled version of Windows using the Recovery Disks or Recovery partition, you should be having the Bluetooth drivers.
However, you can download the drivers for the Bluetooth Hardware in your Notebook from the links provided below for Vista and XP :
Bluetooth hardware drivers for XP :
Bluetooth hardware drivers for Vista :
Note : If the Notebook is not having a Bluetooth hardware and by installing the Drivers, you may find a Bluetooth icon in the Taskbar and this doesnot mean that you have Bluetooth hardware in the Notebook
this will help
go to device maneger
check for your bluetooth device
check if it is activated
if not activate it
you could also check for driver details
just incase you dont know how to go to device maneger
if your using MSwindows any ver. go to system properties