Dell :: M6400 Without Bluetooth Module Will Come Pre-Wired For The Bluetooth Card ?

Jan 7, 2009

I bought at DELL OUTLET a M6400 without the Bluetooth Module, I will buy it separate from DELL, do you know if the Bluetooth antenas will be Pre-Wired in the notebook ?,

actually I am buying the DELL 410 Bluetooth + UWB card, meaning I need the Pre-Wiring for Bluetooth and UWB ?

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Dell :: Bluetooth Module

Aug 13, 2009

can anyone show me a pic of the screws i need to install a bluetooth module on my studio 1737? i got an old apple ibook thats broken so i tore that apart to get a look at the inside hehe and i was thinkin i could use one of those screws?

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Dell :: XPSm1530 Bluetooth Module

Jul 10, 2009

Silly me, I forgot to select it when I purchased the computer.

I would like to buy it and install it myself, but I am not sure which one to buy since none of them expressly say they are for the m1530.

Some examples:

http://accessories.dell.com/sna/prod...1&sku=430-1828

http://accessories.dell.com/sna/prod...1&sku=430-2529

http://accessories.dell.com/sna/prod...1&sku=430-2567 .....

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Acer :: Bluetooth Module

Sep 30, 2009

where i can get the bluetooth module from mine didn't come with it added as standard, so using a dongle i have took the back off and i see there is a small empty bay next to the wireless card so guess that is were the bluetooth module goes

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Dell :: 370 Bluetooth Module + BT Travel Mouse

Jul 22, 2009

I wanted to add Bluetooth to my laptop so that I could get a wireless mouse (and down the road, a wireless keyboard as well). I know I could have went with some sort of RF wireless, but I just know that somewhere down the line I would end up losing the dongle -- so BT was the best bet!

Made my purchase 7/21 early in the AM, and my items arrived on 7/22 in the afternoon! I live in Indy, and the items came from near Dayton, Ohio... but still, talk about free shipping! I also purchased a new SwissGear/Wenger backpack, and that shipped separately from South Bend, Indiana -- and also arrived today on 7/22.

Went to install the BT module in my laptop, and my worst fear was true -- Dell sent me the wrong screws! There were many reviews on the Dell site about them sending out the wrong screws, and I was afraid it would happen, and unfortunately it did. I went through all my screws, and could not find anything that would fit... so, so that I could test the module I temporarily left it installed without being screwed it. The install was uber-easy, connect up the blue antenna, and done!

I really like this travel mouse, as well. I put some rechargeable batteries in it which I hope will help it last for quite a while. Its slightly larger than my previous wired travel mouse (from Logitech), but I like that. It isnt anywhere near being a full-size mouse, but its a good size for me. A little heavy with two AA batteries in it, but not terrible or anything. I'd might try to find a little pouch to stuff it in when taking it with me, for a little extra scratch-protection and what-not. Oh, I got the matte black version, cuz I hate glossy things that show fingerprints

I chatted with Dell tonight, and they are "supposedly" sending me the proper screws... in 3-5 business days. I tried to get them to upgrade that to overnight shipping so I would definitely have them this week, but they absolutely refused to do that. So now I need to shut the laptop back down and remove the BT card because I don't like the idea of it just dangling in there not being screwed down.

Anyway, thats my experience. My first attempt at an upgrade to my Studio 15 (1537). Next will be a back-lit keyboard, when the finances are not so ... strained After that, maybe a bluetooth keyboard if I can find a decent one that isn't like a bajillion dollars

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Dell :: Does A2DP Work Well With BlueTooth 360 Module?

Mar 6, 2009

Been away a long time, mainly because my latitude has been working beautifully!

I am considering buying a bluetooth wireless speaker system.

Am I right in saying the BT 360 module on my latitude is A2DP compatible?

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Dell :: Is Studio 1535 Bluetooth Module Same As 1640?

Apr 23, 2010

I have bought a new Studio XPS 1640 laptop without the 370 bluetooth module and I was wondering if i can buy it off eBay.

The module is a Dell 370 and it's compatible with the studio 1535. Will it be comaptible to my XPS 1640?

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HP/Compaq :: Installing A Bluetooth Module On My NX7400

Jul 16, 2009

Trying to get BT capabilities on my NX7400 and found the right card for it, but the seller warns I may need some kind of a cable to connect it. I'm trying to find out if this model comes standard with that cable or not.

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HP/Compaq :: Movint Bluetooth Module To Other Laptop

Mar 26, 2009

I have a year old DV9774ca with bluetooth. I never used it. My wife has a Toshiba laptop without bluetooth and wants to use a bluetooth mouse. Can I take out my bluetooth adapter and put it in hers? I have not seen or handled one before.

Its ays its a HP Integrated Bluetooth Module. The "integrated" doesn't make it sound as simple as I hoped!

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Sep 6, 2014

Is it possible to install a bluetooth module on a aspire e1-571? If so, where do i get one?

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Acer :: Aspire 5536 : Retrofit Bluetooth Module

Oct 25, 2009

how to fit an internal bluetooth module to the 5536... or even know where the connector is located ?

I had a quick look under the memory and HDD panels but could only find the WLAN module (which i'm also upgrading to wireless n) but couldn't see anything obvious.

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Acer :: Bluetooth Module For Aspire AS4730-4857

Dec 17, 2008

Anyone knows what will work with this laptop ?

A reviewer in newegg said he added one without any problems.....

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Dell Latitude 5530 :: Driver For Bluetooth 380 Module Failed To Install

Mar 27, 2013

I've a brand new Dell lattitude 5530 with a Dell wireless 380 Bluetooth Card. I've downloded the driver module recommended by the Dell driver support webpage when I supplied my Sevice Tag. (DW380 Software release Customer installer Version 6.5.1.2410 ). However the module failed to install. The last few lines of the log file are:

[03/27/13 14:26:10]    (MUPXMLParser::GetResultName): *** Vendor Return Code is not found in Mup.xml[03/27/13 14:26:10]    Name of Exit Code: [03/27/13 14:26:10]    (DupAPI::GetReturnCode): *** Unable to find DUP value for: [03/27/13 14:26:10]    Exit Code set to: 1 (0x1)[03/27/13 14:26:10]    Result: FAILURE

What I need to do to get this one to install?

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Lenovo P/Y/Z Series :: Bluetooth Module Not Recognized By Y550 IdeaPad

Aug 9, 2009

I recent bought another y550 IdeaPad running Win7 because I like the one I already had that my wife uses.  The new y550 came with a Broadcom bluetooth module but the computer did not recognize the module during startup.  I thought the module may have been bad so I bought another one on eBay that had be tested by the seller.  I finally found the location of the module by taking the computer apart.  (It is located under the palm rest bezel.)  When I installed the device and put the computer back together (except the keyboard for access to the bluetooth module socket located under the keyboard), the computer hung up while it loaded but the bluetooth icon on the speaker panel continued to be lit. 

I unplugged the module to restart the computer and plugged the module back in.  Windows recognized the device and the drivers were loaded.  I put keyboard back in place and the device worked until I accessed the BIOS on the next start up.  After that, the module was never discovered by the computer regardless of deleting the drivers for the module and the energy management software, etc.
 
When I reboot the machine, the computer never seems to look at the bluetooth module because the bluetooth light never illuminates.  Also, the Fn+F5 short cut does not show a bluetooth device as being installed on the computer.  How to get the computer to recognize the bluetooth device since I think it might be a machine issue or BIOS issue rather than a windows 7 issue.  

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May 1, 2012

I am installing Windows XP on my Compaq Presario R3200 (servicetag R3484EA). My problem is that I cannot find the driver for the Bluetooth device.

According to device control it concerns the HP integrated Bluetooth module. Under details the following information is displayed:  USBVID_03F0&PID_011D-010C65A2BF4.

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Dell :: Upgrades (bluetooth + Cellular) For New M6400

Jan 24, 2009

I have an M6400 on the way that I just purchased from the Dell outlet (about 1500 cheaper then buying new with the outlet coupon).

I'm curious if anybody has any idea if the Wireless 410 Bluetooth + Ultra Wide Band Combo is useful at all. It's only about 19 bucks more then the straight bluetooth card so will probably get it anyway.

Also anybody ever transfer a cell card from one laptop to another (hoping to take the one out of my 1720)? It's Verizon so I don't have a SIM card to worry about, and it's a 5720 and Dell lists a Sprint 5720 on the parts page for the M6400 so I am assuming no compatibility issues.

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Dell Precision M6400 :: Cannot Find Any Settings Regarding Bluetooth

Jan 27, 2011

I have a Dell Precision M6400 and I cannot find any settings regarding bluetooth, all I can see is the symbol next to the keyboard. Should I activate something? am I missing the drivers?

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Dell :: Bluetooth Disappears After Standby. Vista + Bluetooth 370.

Jul 19, 2009

I noticed a few other threads around the internet about this issue, but couldnt find a definitive answer on how to get it fixed, so I thought I would try it here.

The problem is that when I go into standby and wake from it, my bluetooth icon disappears and bluetooth doesnt work.

I have a Dell Studio XPS 13 running Vista 64 with the Dell bluetooth 370 minicard. Ive tried using the generic windows bluetooth drivers as well as Dell's drivers.

Nothing appears in device manager as well. I have to manually go into bluetooth settings, disable the device, then re-enable it.

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Acer :: 1810T: How Do I Disable Power Management On Bluetooth; Keep Bluetooth Fully Powered

Feb 8, 2010

My Bluetooth keyboard goes to sleep after a period of idle and it takes 15 seconds for the Acer Aspire 1810T to wake up and notice the Bluetooth keypresses.

However, I found out my Bluetooth keyboard works reliably when I have a second Bluetooth device connected and active at the time (such as either a headset or bluetooth tethering to a cellphone as modem), the computer doesn't have a 15 second lag in noticing the Bluetooth keyboard again - the keyboard works almost right away even after being unused for sometime.

So that means the culprit is in the power management on the Acer Bluetooth module. Is there a way to force the Bluetooth module to never go to sleep? Any checkbox somewhere, a register setting? Even going as far to purchase a different Bluetooth driver? Or any other option? Sometimes the sleep is useful, but it definitely isn't useful with the Bluetooth keyboard. This problem does not happen if I use an external Bluetooth dongle.

(With BatteryBar Pro, I notice that power consumption falls suddenly whenever the Bluetooth module goes to sleep when the keyboard goes idle for more than 30 seconds, and at this point, it has difficulty 'waking up' when I start typing on the Bluetooth keyboard. But the problem also still happens when the laptop is plugged in!)

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Acer :: How To Enable Bluetooth On D150 Without External Bluetooth Button Under LED

Aug 12, 2009

I have finally tested the Acer Empowering Technology software on my Acer D150.

Great news, the software works to enable/disable the Bluetooth module on the netbook without physically pressing the button. This is great for people like me that do not have the button on top to push the button inside. There are two software needed for people to get this running on the D150. First is the required Acer Empowering Framework software and the second is the Acer ePower Management. Once both software are installed on the system, the setting to enable/disable the Bluetooth module is in the ePower Management.

Power profiles within windows will probably be reset to default, so those would have to be readjusted if a user changed them. I am actually running Windows Vista on my Acer D150 with the Acer Empowering Technology software for Vista. I am not 100% sure if the software will also work on XP, but from the notebookreview forums, I believe it should work just as fine (but more options on other Empowering Technology software).

(in XP, the driver also works, but need XP edition, not vista editon).

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Dell :: Bluetooth 355 Card For M1330

Jun 10, 2008

I just purchased an M1330 without bluetooth and I'm looking to install the Dell 355 module (needs to be Vista compatible) but there are several listed on Dell's site;

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There is one listed specifically for the M1330 and then there is one that says "For Windows Vista" The one for the M1330 is $11 more than the others and I'm just curious if the others are the exact same (dimension wise too)

Which one should I get?

It also looks like the Truemobile 360 which supports BT 2.1 may also work. Only real difference between it and the 355 seems to be the chipset (355 uses Broadcom, 360 uses CSR) otherwise it appears that physically they are the same dimensions and all

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Dell :: Truemobile 360 Bluetooth Card

Dec 7, 2007

I would like to know what differences will I gain replacing my Dell Truemobile Bluetooth 355 card with the newer 360 bluetooth card?

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Dell :: Adding A Bluetooth Card Into M1530?

Jan 20, 2010

I've searched the forum and found a service diagram on installing the bluetooth card into the M1530 notebook. My question is, I never choose to have it put in by dell, so I know I need to purchase the card and I'm going to guess that the cable will need to be purchased as well.

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Dell :: Bluetooth Internal Card .. Standard On All

Dec 10, 2009

I have a Dell Inspiron 1505 and I just got an E6400. The 1505 has integrated bluetooth while the E6400 is missing it.

Can I put the bluetooth chip from my e1505 in the e6400?

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Dell :: Installing Bluetooth Card In Studio 17

Mar 11, 2009

I ordered a Bluetooth card from Dell for my Studio 17, and I was wondering if anyone has installed one of these yet. I already have the WLAN card installed which is for the WiFi operations and Im wondering how hard of a job it is to install the Bluetooth card.

I already added a second hard drive to my laptop so going inside of it isnt a problem I know what Im doing but have no clue where the Wireless cards are mounted. Im hoping the Bluetooth slot is marked so I know where it goes.

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Dell Latitude E6420 :: Add Bluetooth Card?

Oct 31, 2011

I have a Latitude E6420 that came without a Bluetooth card. Is it possible to add the Dell TrueMobile 375 Bluetooth module to this machine? I looked in the Service Manual for the 6420 but it did not show where the Bluetooh moduel cable the plugged into the motherboard. In fact, I opened the case and found the slot where the Bluetooth module would be mounted but did not see a place to plug in the cable.

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Dell :: USB? Bluetooth Internal Card On Old Inspiron's (i9300 Etc)

Feb 11, 2010

Does anyone know if the internal Bluetooth card that slots into the underneath compartment on old Dell Inspiron's (like the i9300) uses a USB connection?

What I mean by that is, if I were to chop the plug off the end of the connector cable and replace it with a female usb socket, would I be able to run any USB device off it? I need an extra usb socket for a pretty extreme casemod I'm doing at the moment and it ideally (definitely!) needs to be on the underside of the laptop.

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HP/Compaq :: Wireless Card And Bluetooth Upgrade

Jul 10, 2009

I have a question concerning self-upgrading of the wireless card and bluetooth.

Long story short, I have a Lenovo T61 that has bluetooth and the Intel Next-Gen Wireless-N Mini-card. However, both the inverter and graphics card (nVidia quadro 140M) have failed. I have determined it is best to buy a new laptop.

I am planning to either buy a HP Pavilion dv6t or dv4t. However, I would like to know if it is possible to forgo getting bluetooth and the wireless-n card when I order this laptop and install these components myself as I already have them from my Lenovo T61. My Lenovo T61 is just going to collect dust, and I am willing to take it apart for the individual parts.

Is it worth the work? I believe I will not have problems taking apart the HP Pavilion and the Lenovo T61 as I am aware of the websites that show you how to take apart these models. But will the HP Pavilion motherboard support the wireless-n card and bluetooth if I originally did not order such components? Will the warranty be affected?

Additional information: I shall be buying the HP Pavilion from Costco.

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Dec 12, 2012

I bought a U410 knowing it didn't have bluetooth, at the time I thought I wouldn't need it. But now I would like to have it. Is it possible to upgrade the Centrino Wireless-N 2200 card, to a card that includes bluetooth?

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Dell :: Bluetooth 365/370 Modules Failing-multiple Platform,multiple Bluetooth Versions

Apr 17, 2010

I have need to use Bluetooth stereo audio functionality (A2DP profile) almost exclusively when I use my laptop.

I had owned a M1330 with the Dell 355 Bluetooth Module for several years without issue. Last November, I decided to upgrade and purchased an M15x (laptop #1) with the Dell 370 Bluetooth module included,running Windows 7 x64 Ultimate. Not more than one day out of the box,the 370 module failed while watching a movie. It literally disappeared from device manager and no uninstalling/reinstallation of drivers alleviated the situation. The only way to get the radio to be recognized by the operating system was, and is, to shutdown,reboot into bios,disable the card in bios,reboot into windows,restart,boot into bios,enable the card and then reboot into Windows. The card would then work for awhile but eventually fail again. The module works for short periods of time but if put under an extended load,fails. That and other issues with the M15x caused me to return it.

Contacted Dell and returned the M15x and bought and built a Studio XPS 1645 (laptop #2) to replace it. Received the unit and literally within the 1st few hours,the 370 module failed exactly like the M15x.I thought o.k. a bad card and had tech support send out a new module for the XPS 1645. Received and installed it and the exact same problem happened. Failed when under an extended load. Again called tech support and was then dispatched an onsite tech to replace the entire motherboard and card. No resolution-card failed again. Spoke with a resolution specialist and returned it and again purchased a M15x (laptop #3-really liked the M15x over the XPS 1645)

Received the M15x-Bluetooth failure again. At this point, was considering dropping Dell altogether but thought I'd try the Studio 1558 (laptop #4) with the Bluetooth 365 module, in order to rule out the 370 card, first. Ordered and was delivered on the 5th of April, same exact issue-failure of card under a load. I am returning this defective Studio 1558 and again getting a M15x (laptop #5). I realize that the M15x Bluetooth card will fail again-in fact,am 100% sure it will fail,but have bought a Sony Bluetooth transmitter as a workaround.

What appears to be happening is that the card will shutdown when it gets warm.This is either a Broadcom manufacturing defect or a Dell engineering issue. I know now through personal experience that there is a serious issue with Dell Bluetooth cards.

If this was happening with only one laptop, I'd be ok with it but, this is occuring across multiple laptop platforms, with both Broadcom Bluetooth cards that Dell brands and sells.

This is either an oversight by engineering-maybe they didn't test the card under a heavy load, or Dell is knowingly selling defective equipment.

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