When I switch on my laptop, the Found New Hardware Wizard starts saying "Windows needs to install driver software for your Bluetooth Peripheral Device". If I click on the Locate and Install Driver Option, it is unable to install any drivers.
My Bluetooth has been working fine. I have just two devices attached to my laptop via bluetooth - A bluetooth mouse and my Smartphone.
I m keep getting Found New Hardware message when i m login to my computer. it says Windows needs to install driver software for your Bluetooth Peripheral Device. it tries to install by itself then askes me to insert the disk if i have one. i tried to keep the driver disk in but it can't help. where can i get this driver from. i also uninstalled and reinstalled but nothing helped me.
On my Vostro 3450, in the Device Manager, the Bluetooth Peripheral Device status says "The drivers for this device are not installed. (Code 28) There is no driver selected for the device information set or element. To find a driver for this device, click Update Driver." On clicking Update Driver I get the response that driver not found.
Recently I have purchased Compaq 15-a002tu Notebook. Initially bluetooth driver was not working. The driver was installed. Now the proble is, it the Deice Manager it is showing "Bluetooth Periphrals Driver not installed" where do I locate the driver. OS is Win 7 -64 Bits.
I have a DELL Studio 1555 with Windows 7 32 bit Professional OS .It's been pretty great.Only problem is that today I clicked on my webcam as I wanted to use it,and it gives me the above error message.I have NO clue what to do. I really wanna use Skype.
I tried to see the webcam driver updates but i cant find any on the website for the Windows 7 32 bit version .I also reinstalled my OS but the problem remained the same.
I've just installed Windows 7, 64 bit on my studio 1555. Most everything is fine, except my bluetooth doesn't work. I initially installed the Vista 64 bit drivers, as there are no Windows 7 drivers on the dell website. They worked O...K, they found my mouse, however i could not get them to pair. Decided to uninstall the driver/widcomm software and try again, however now i can't even install the driver.
Every time i run the installer it tells me to enable the bluetooth by pressing Fn+F2. This doesn't help as it never recognises the bluetooth as being switched on. Trying to install the driver through windows brings up "unknown device". Updating the driver in device manager by pointing directly to the bluetooth 370 driver doesn't really help, as it installs but it doesn't work. Gives the error "This device cannot start. (Code 10)"
Has anyone out there successfully updated to Win 7 with a studio 1555 and bluetooth 370? Anyone got any ideas on what i can do to fix this? Bluetooth in BIOS is enabled too.
Dell said that i'll have to wait for official Windows 7 drivers for my bluetooth, but having run Win 7 RC for the past 6 months with the vista drivers, it doesn't really make sense that they shouldn't work now.
* Bluetooth syncing between PPC mobile phone does not work * Bluetooth between PPC mobile phone and Dell Laptop pairs * USB Syncing between mobile phone and Mobile device center works * Bluetooth syncing between PPC mobile phone prior to system reinstall DID work and worked well. * Bluetooth mouse was paired first this time and works well.
I have a windows pocket pc phone that connected to Bluetooth very well with my Dell D830 prior to the crash I had last week. In fact, it worked better with Bluetooth than it did with the USB connection. After receiving a hard drive from Dell with the Vista Dell Basic operating system image on it and set my system up again along with all my programs and downloaded and installed the Mobile Device Center 6.1 from the Microsoft site. I synced pocket PC phone up with usb and had no problems. I set up my bluetooth and it connected with no problems. (I have a Bluetooth mouse that I set up and it works perfectly.) The Mobile Device Center partnership with bluetooth will not work. When I select ActiveSync and select Menu/Sync with Bluetooth, the Mobile center does not recognize the PPC phone. I see no response from the Mobile Device Center at all.
I've been reading the threads for a while and wanted to get some more opinions on the 1555 vs SSE. I know the SSE is basically the 1537 with the edge to edge monitor.
I placed my order for the SSE last week with an estimated delivery date of 6/15 I could cancel my order and go with the 1555 with an estimated ship date of 6/01. what do you think. I have ~$1000 to play with ......
I own a Inspiron 3521, and about 6 months after I bought the system my Bluetooth stopped working, I search for devices, and the only device that shows up is my LGP-769 cell phone, and none of my Bluetooth headsets or other audio devices. However after pairing I cannot establish any kind of connection with the device. My Bluetooth icon still appears in the system tray but the settings will not open, even in the Device Manager the phone reads as a normal Bluetooth device. I've tried updating the drivers, but whenever I try to install a new driver it says that the OS is not compatible, even though it is for Windows 8 64-bit, and from the Dell website. I have searched every form and looked into every possible system setting, and no one seems to be having luck finding a solution to the issue, none of my previous Dell systems have done this.
recently purchased a Inspiron 15R 5521 from Dell Australia and took me a few weeks to install and setup the the system the way I want.
Today, I tried to enable bluetooth but the slider won't move to On mode, so I checked Device Manager and Bluetooth device was labeled as Unknown device.
So I checked my service tag numbered driver updates and there's a Intel Centrino Advance-N 2230 220.127.116.11 A02 driver update, so tried updating to that driver. But it returned device not configured correctly and prompting me to reinstall driver. Reinstalling driver fails with code 1 error.
Maybe something physically wrong with the Bluetooth side of the hardware ??? Anyway to confirm such without doing a full factory image restore as it took ages for me to setup the system the way I want !
I've tried, uninstalling the bluetooth device from device manager and restarting Win 8 and reinstalling device via hardware change detection Tried uninstalling Centrino driver and installing previous version of the driver
below are screenshots of what I see
My service tagged list of drivers showing Centrino Advance-N 2230 18.104.22.168 A02 driver
I just got a Logitech Bluetooth mouse and for the first time my Bluetooth is apparently messed up.
Previously, I have been using it weekly to sync my phone with Outlook via Bluetooth...so this is a brand new situation.
I have an Acer Ferrari 4006WLMi running Windows Vista Ultimate 32bit.
My Broadcom Bluetooth chip shows up as Unknown Device under Universal Serial Bus controllers. Turning it on and off(using the button on the front of the laptop) got it to show up once properly as a Broadcom chip under Network adapters. However, I can't get it to show up properly again.
I've tried uninstalling it and letting Windows find it again but that doesn't help. I downloaded the latest bluetooth drivers from Acer's site however it won't install w/o a Bluetooth device being installed.
Intel dual band Wireless-N 7260 model 7260HMW AN. Bluetooth does not appear in device manager. Proper soft drivers required for Windows 8.1. Tried uninstalling and re-installing === latest drivers installed. WIFI is always working. OS Windows 8.1 x64 enterprise.
My device manager could not detect bluetooth device. and if i search my bluetooth device from the bluetooth icon, it pairs with my bluetooth device and shows connected but after a while it shows not connected.
So, after a clean install of windows 7 i go to install the bluetooth software from broadcom's site the install utility reports that it cannot find a bluetooth device, and that i should enable the device/turn the device on problem is no bluetooth devices are listed in the device manager and there's no button on the laptop to enable/disable the bluetooth controller. I do not want to install the hp wireless assistant.
Recently I got my new inspiron n5110. after i had installed OS, i installed drivers, with bluetooth driver amongst them. I managed to make everything work just fine, except bluetooth radio. I downloaded original driver from Dell support page and installed it, but device manager shows "Generic bluetooth device" with a little yellow exclamation mark. when i go to the properties of the device, it says "Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43)". i tried a lots of things but none worked. then finally i tried to uninstall driver, and found out that uninstaller throws error: "There is a problem with this Windows Installer package. A program run as part of the setup did not finish as expected. Contact your support personnel or package vendor." i'm running win7 enterprise x64 ....
I have upgraded to Windows XP and reinstalled all the drivers I need from the Acer website. Wireless networking is fine.
The problem is, when I slide the Bluetooth switch on the front of my computer while a device (Nintendo Wiimote) is waiting to connect to the computer, "No Device" in green text shows up on the bottom of my screen. I think this shows the driver is somewhat working and the hardware is detected. The LED indicator beside the switch does not light up.
I go to my control panel and double click the "Bluetooth Configuration" icon, nothing happens for a while, then a single dialog shows up saying "Bluetooth device not found. Please verify that your Bluetooth device is properly connected and turned on." showing only an OK button.
Inside the computer management window, under device manager, a group called "Bluetooth Devices" exists, and inside is something named "Bluetooth Bus Enumerator". I have right clicked on both and tried "Scan for Hardware Changes" and nothing happened. The properties show that "This device is working properly"
Drivers Provider is Broadcom 1/11/2006 Version 22.214.171.1240
Yes I have restarted my computer several times. All of the above actions were performed four, once with my finger holding the switch and once without, then again with the Wiimote in a waiting-for-connector mode.
My Wii is turned off with the power supply unplugged, there are no other devices with Bluetooth in my house.
how to get Bluetooth working.
There are other problems with this laptop, the card reader only supports SD cards, not Memory Sticks or xD cards. That's a problem for another day. However I would never recommend this laptop and this brand to anyone, but it was pretty cheap.
I am trying to connect bluetooth earphones to my HP-Pavilion-dv7-6b32us Notebook. I have two different models that I am trying to connect to my notebook: Nextware Sonic and Jarv earphones, both via bluetooth. I've tried "Add a Device" through the control panel, but the devices don't pair or show up. I can't find Bluetooth in the device manager. Are there any drivers I can download or software on the computer I can activate to solve this, or do I need to buy a bluetooth dongle?
When I first got my Y2P I tried to pair my phone with it to use that silly Lenovo SMS utility. That was 4 monts ago and I am at my wits end trying to UN install my phone. I cannot get my computer to pair to anything other than my bt mouse. Have tried headphones and keyboards... no go!!!
It cannot even connect to my phone!!! I have tried...
-Manually removed all bluetooth drivers and my phone's driver. Including showing hidden devices. -Deleted the drivers using intel's driver removal tool -Installed new drivers -Tried every method for removing drivers that shows up on search engines on the first two pages.
I cant find my bluetooth device in my (acer aspire s3 ultrabook i5 2467m 13.3) before i am using window7 it works properly but now im switch to windows8.1 and i cant find my bluetooth device even in device manager. i also used scan driver but nothing happend..
I recently brought a Aspire E5-411, in Thailand, with a Linpus Linux OS. I installed my prefered OS Win7 x64. I managed to locate and install the hardware drivers. The strange thing is there is no bluetooth device showing in device manager. Is it because
(a) there is no b/tooth adapter on this model, (b) the adapter is faulty, (c) I need to install a driver to activate, or (d) other?