I have an HP Envy M6-1150sa onto thich I have installed Windows 7 (comes with Windows 8).
I am having trouble getting the bluetooth device to hold a connection with any device at all. I can run the scan for devices, connect to the device but as soon as the wizard is closed the device disconnects and remains disaconnected (greyed out in Devices & Printers). This is the case with multiple devices and the same happens every time. The same devices will attach to any other bluetootch system without issue other than this system so I am assuming its software related.
the best driver to use for the below hardware IDs?
I have an HP Envy 15t (model k000) that I recently did a clean install of Windows 7 64bit onto when I put an SSD in it. I have been able to get all of the drivers for it except the wireless controller from the HP website. Is the wireless driver available somewhere?
i installed windows 7 ultimate 64-bit on my HP Pavilion G6-2005ax after formatting. I downloaded and installed all of my drivers from here . But 'Ralink 2011 802.11 b/g/n WiFi Adapter ' and 'Ralink 802.11 b/g/n Wireless LAN Adapter Driver ' fails to install. There is yellow symbol on 'Network controllers' in Device manager. I could successfully install the Bluetooth driver but i cant search any device, neither it gets discovered.
I have two questions my first one is my wireless internet, I have a switch that has a yellow light showing that it's connected wirelessly, before I formatted my computer I could move the switch and it would say wireless off or on. What do I need to download or do to fix this?
My second question is that I have bluetooth my bluetooth switch is beside my wireless, before it would glow blue, but now it does nothing and when I hit the switch bluetooth doesn't come on or off, and I installed the bluetooth driver for my laptop but it says bluetooth device not found when I hover over the icon in the right corner of my task bar.
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.
I installed windows 7 on my hp envy m7-k010dx and everything worked fine. but i got a new haerdrive and reinstalled it and all my drivers but the bluetooth doesnt seem to want to work. the system knows its there but it cant find my bluetooth mouse. do i need to reformat everything and reinstall?
My system is HP Envy m6 1104tx. It came with Windows 8 (64-bit) preinstalled and everything was fine until I chose to upgrade to Windows 8.1.
After checking with CompMgmt.msc I found that I had RaLink 3290 802.11 Wi-Fi adapter. Just below Network adapters I have 'Other Devices' and under it 'Bluetooth Controller' with a yellow exclamation mark on it. I tried updating the drivers, but it says "Windows was unable to install bluetooth controller' (could not find driver software for your device).
I updated almost all the possible device drivers, but this 'Bluetooth Controller' still shows a yellow exclamation on it.
Also in CompMgmt.msc I dont find 'Bluetooth' or 'Bluetooth Module' but instead there is a 'Bluetooth Profiles Devices' and inside that 'Bluetooth Profile Interface Driver'. I tried updating it but the result was again as mentioned above.
So, how do I troubleshoot this? How do I get Bluetooth work on my Envy m6?
And yes I ran HP Support Assistance, but it says everything's fine. And in reality it isn't, Bluetooth not working.
I've got a DELL Inspiron 15 3542 . with Win7 64 bitsi downloaded all drivers from this sitewhen i try to install Bluetooth driver (Network_Driver_NT9P6_WN_220.127.116.11_A00) it shows an error message "Activate Bluetooth Using Wireless Switch" . i can't find a solution ....
I have this problem of wireless in my 15R 5537. I upgraded from windows 8 to 8.1 recently only to know that wireless driver was incompatible. I then visited the Dell support site and downloaded the wireless driver for the model i'm using and the OS installed. But when I tried to install it I got "Activate Bluetooth using wireless switch" error message.
I didn't know what wireless switch was since (fn+f2) was not working either. I came to know that there is wireless option in bios menu from various posts. But there was none in my laptop under "Advance" option in bios menu. I run bios version A08.
I tried to reinstall old windows 8(with a different CD this time) but wireless didn't work in this one either...
HP pavilion 15.6 inch screen laptop (15-e084ca), AMD Quad Core A10-5750M and 8650 Radeon graphics, 1TB hard drive, 8 MB DDR3 SDRAM, Windows 64-bit 8.1.
I have a Monster bluetooth HD Clarity micro speaker, a Philips bluetooth shoqbox and a Philips bluetooth sound shooter.
In all 3 cases, I have been able to connect the speakers and use them but the connections are unstable. The laptop automatically breaks the connection. It's happened several times. I have many different versions of this problem.
Once the speaker is disconnected ( either I manually disonnect it myself or the laptop does it on its own) it can be extremely difficult to establish a reconnection.
I purchased an Envy 15-J108la notebook about a month ago (Windows 8.1 64). I also bought a Microsoft bluetooth mouse to use with it.
First I noticed mouse stoped working randomly, maybe 2 times a day. Sometimes it was enough to turn it off and on again to recover it, but sometimes I had to reboot.
I updated the bluetooth driver (Intel Bluetooth 4.0 Driver, 2014-01-18, Version 3.1), problem persisted but seemed to occur less frequently.
Today after installing an update for the wireless adapter the device manager reported that the Intel Bluetooth 4.0 device was faulting. Tried to dissable and re-enable but the device simply dissapeared. Now device manager reports a "Unknown USB device" with error 43, and bluetoth devices are not detected, no matter how many times I reboot.
I just downgraded to Windows 7 from Windows 8.1 and unfortunately the driver for the bluetooth server isn't working on this machine. What are the correct driver for the following bluetooth server device:
I purchased the HP ENVY m6-n113dx laptop from Best Buy and a 240gb SATA III SSD. When I re-installed the OS from a previous license that I owned for Windows 8.1 Pro x64, I could no longer get the Bluetooth radio working. The Qualcomm Drivers work great, or at least Windows doesn't find anything wrong with them. I did not format the original hard drive that came with the laptop so I replaced it to see if the bluetooth radio was working on a previous Windows 8.1 installation to find that it works great.
The drivers that were installed on the working OS are the same drivers as the replacement OS. The radio works with the previous OS, but not with the new OS. The only difference that I can tell is in the BIOS settings where I disabled the "Security" option regarding the HP Secure Keys.
Bluetooth doesn't work on my notebook. I have an Envy 15-j030eb which includes Bluetooth. I'm running Windows 8.1 Pro. Notebook product number is E4N79EA
In the device manager, I don't see Bluetooth, but there is one unknown device for which there is no driver installed, I assume this is the Bluetooth.
The HP Support Assistant couldn't locate the driver, so I tried to install the MediaTec/Ralink driver (as my WiFi adapter is from MediaTec/Ralink, I assumed the Bluetooth is from the same manufacturer). This is the driver I tried to install: [URL] ....
I tried to install the driver, the installer runs but ends without any confirmation that it was completed.
I have just bought hp 15-r006tx, it has dos operating system, i have booted windows7 64bit, bt i can't find any drivers for Bluetooth, lan ,intel hd 4400, and nvidia gefore 820m, ... I need all possible drivers required in my notebook.