By typing fsquirt in run command,a bluetooth file transfer wizard opens.
But before that you should check the following.
When you install a supported Bluetooth adapter in Windows XP SP2 or any Windows OS, the
adapter becomes active together with the following Microsoft
- Microsoft Bluetooth Enumerator
This component enumerates Bluetooth devices and capabilities.
- Bluetooth Device (Personal Area Network)
This driver supports Personal Area Network (PAN) connections between devices.
- Bluetooth Device (RFCOMM Protocol Transport Driver Interface [TDI])
This component supports dial-up networking (DUN). It also supports other types of connections between devices.
- Bluetooth Support Service (BthServ)
This service maintains and updates device pairing information. It also
performs other functions that are related to Bluetooth features.
These components are available in Device Manager after you install a
Bluetooth adapter. Other drivers and components are also installed.
The Options tab in Bluetooth Devices provides options that control
how devices discover and connect to your computer. The main option is
Turn discovery on. This option lets devices discover your computer so
that you can make a connection.
Other options on this tab include the following:
- Allow Bluetooth devices to connect to this computer
This check box controls whether any devices can connect to your
computer. If this check box is cleared, no devices can connect to your
- Alert me when a new Bluetooth device wants to connect
This option controls whether you receive notification when a device
tries to connect to your computer. If this check box is cleared, you do
not receive notification.
Other options on the Options tab let you turn on or turn off the
Bluetooth icon in the notification area and restore default settings.