Bluetooth is not responding
which bluetooth device ? are you referring to ?
keyboard , mouse , ahh a webcam ?
Bluetooth is a wireless technology that connects devices over a limited-range network (WPAN, or wireless personal area network). Bluetooth transfers data three to eight times faster than a parallel or serial port.
Some Lenovo PCs includes an internal Bluetooth card to allow users to connect Bluetooth devices to the computer. Inactive Bluetooth support or computer settings can prevent the Lenovo PC from detecting a Bluetooth device.
Hold down "Fn" and "F5" after booting the computer or returning from standby to enable Bluetooth features. Click "Start." Click "Control Panel." Double-click "Bluetooth Configuration." Select the "Accessibility" tab. Check "Let other Bluetooth devices discover this computer." Select "All devices" from the drop-down menu. Click "OK." Double-click "Bluetooth Devices." Select the "Options" tab. Check "Turn discovery on," "Allow Bluetooth devices to connect to this computer" and "Alert me when a new Bluetooth device wants to connect." Click "OK." Exit from "Control Panel." Align the device with the Lenovo PC. Check the documentation included with the device to confirm it is the correct distance from the computer. Right-click "Start." Click "Explore" or "Open." Navigate to "My Bluetooth Places." Click "Bluetooth Tasks." Click "View Devices in Range" to locate the device. Select the device from the list. Click "Discover services" to use the device's applications on your Lenovo PC. Right-click the device and select "Connect" or "Pair" to configure the device. Hope it helps.
Jan 25, 2013 |
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