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Bluetooth devices not discovered by Logitech bluetooth receiver

Q: Bluetooth devices not discovered by Logitech bluetooth receiver

Okay, so I don't really know if a solution is out there, but here is the situation I'm in. I only have one available USB port left which I am currently using for the Logitech Bluetooth dongle that came with my Logitech K750 solar keyboard. I would also like to attach my Samsung wep410 headset for Skype calls.

I have tried to discover the headset with and without Logitechs software installed with no luck. I then checked device manager, which does not show the dongle as a Bluetooth receiver/device. My assumption from that is that Logitech has it setup to only receive from their own devices.

Since I have no room for another dongle (and a hub isn't really ideal). Is there some way to force the dongle to detect normal Bluetooth devices? I've searched for a custom driver or other work around with no luck so far. This is on a computer running Windows 7 64bit.

Preferred Solution: Bluetooth devices not discovered by Logitech bluetooth receiver

I recommend downloading and running DAP. It can help sort out any driver and firmware related issues on your system

It's worked out well for many of us in the past.

You can download it direct from this link http://downloaddap.org. (This link will open the download page of DAP so you can save a copy to your computer.)

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Hi all.

Windows 10 Home 10.0.16299 64-bit
CPU: Intel i5-2400 3.1GHz
Motherboard: Asus P8 H67-M Pro (B3 revision)
BIOS: American Megatrends 0806 Feb 11
RAM: 16Gb
Bluetooth USB dongle: Cambridge Silicon Radio Bluetooth 4.0

I recently bought and tried to connect a pair of (Edifier W800BT) Bluetooth headphones to my Windows 10 desktop.

The headphones were detected by the computer, but, when I tried to <Add device>, it repeatedly failed.

I had another set of (Logitech) Bluetooth headphones that were already paired. I tried them, and they still worked fine.

I then unpaired the Logitech headphones. Made no difference (to my Edifier connection problem), but I discovered I could no longer pair the Logitechs either. In fact, I tried several other Bluetooth devices (phone, speaker) with the same result ? the computer would discover/recognize the devices, but would be unable to add (pair with) them. So I?d made things worse.

I checked (in Device Manager) for the latest Bluetooth drivers, and made sure Bluetooth Support Service and Bluetooth Handsfree Service were set to <Automatic>. Still no luck.

This is what I see in Device Manager:

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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I have a Windows 7 64-bit operating system and have had trouble getting it to recognize 2 new products I bought: a Logitech M535 bluetooth mouse and Logitech K380 bluetooth keyboard.  Each device is supposed to easily be used with all other devices
(smartphones, tablets, laptops, desktops, etc.)  Is this a proprietary matter for Microsoft?  Are there incompatibilities?  To add this new mouse and keyboard as secondary items on my computer, would I be courting new problems or sacrificing
the functioning of existing mouse and keyboard? I have read enough information to realize the very complex concepts involved, but it is all well over my head at this point and far more than I can comprehend.  I'd appreciate words of wisdom from all who
can relate to my question.
Thank you.

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I got a Sony SBH-60, Initially it got connected with the laptop using Bluetooth, but later days it wasnt getting connected with laptop hence i removed the device and try to pair again i couldnt discover the device at all.

My laptop runs on Windows 10 and bluetooth chip is from intel.

So tried possible remedies already like
1) Updating drivers
2) Uninstalling/ installing drivers
3) Changing Bluetooth support service (automatic)

Everything was done still the headphone was not discovered.

I tried to run Troubleshoot in Hardware and devices

I got this image
I tried to restart the system but still this troubleshooting was shown.

Kindly help. Thanks in advance.

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hi, my laptop had Windows 8.1 Pre installed to i installed Windows 8.1 Pro on it .. before upgrading, naturally all is working well, i backed up my Drivers using an Open Source Software i downloaded from SourceForge

after upgrading, i installed all drivers, all is working well except for my Bluetooth Radio .. though in the Device Manager, it is not showing any error as it says "The device is working properly" .. yet even when my Laptop's Bluetooth is in Discoverable Mode, none of my Phone, Tablet nor other Laptops can detect this Laptop .. Vice Versa, my laptop doesnt discover any devices too, not even my Bluetooth Mouse .. though my Phone was discovering my Mouse ..

i tried updating my drivers, but there was no luck ..
i tried reinstalling my drivers, there was also no luck ..
i tried resetting multiple times, still no luck ..

im running out of luck, please i hope someone knows anything about it

A:Bluetooth Not Showing Any Bluetooth Devices

never mind. fixed it

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i cant discover my bluetooth on this laptop, meaning cant send nor receive files or anything

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Dear all,
I am puzzled... I got a brand new Yamaha RX V381 AV Receiver and I'm trying to play music through my laptop on it... but I cannot.
This AV receiver has a bluetooth option in it, my iPhone connects and plays music without any issues, my DELL XPS connects and I can see Yamaha device connected in the bluetooth settings, but when I play music  from WMP or any other music players, it plays sound through build-in speakers. 
I tried using this forum to set the Yamaha device as my default speaker device, but I cannot as I don't seem to have the option to do so.
Link to Yamaha receiver:
Can you help me with this issue or suggest other option to send sound through the receiver? Not sure which cable connection I can use either?
Thanks :)

A:XPS 13 Bluetooth AV receiver issue

KoyaNisq,Try removing all the devices you have paired with the bluetooth, restart the computer and pair the reciever first. Then pair the others.,

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I've searched here and Google but haven't found the answer. I bought a bluetooth audio receiver to stream music to my stereo receiver and speakers. The device connected to the computer (Windows 8.1) perfectly. Appears as connected to the computer. But music played on the PC doesn't get to the stereo speakers. I can connect the device to my android phone and play music through the stereo speakers perfectly.

In Windows Volume Control, the BT device appears and is selected. When I try to play music through my receiver, I can hear music coming from my PC speakers (barely) but nothing through the stereo. What am I missing?

A:Streaming music to receiver thru bluetooth

How are you connecting the device to the PC? Via the headphone jack? GREEN speaker jack on the rear? Since it works with a phone I assume its being connected via an analog audio jack?

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The desktop I currently use came with a wireless keyboard and mouse setup along with the little dongle/receiver... I never used it because I had better already but I gave it to my younger sister and she broke the dongle/receiver a while back so I bought a little blue tooth one to compensate but I can't get it to find the keyboard and mouse.... I tried installing the receiver hardware and doing the "add" search but it couldn't find the mouse and keyboard... I hit the connect button for five seconds before doing the search to make it open to connect but the wizard couldn't find anything so I went into settings and set everything according to what I found online but it still couldn't find it... I searched around online a little more and came across instructions to setup the computer for blue tooth interactions by going into services.msc but still the mouse and keyboard are not found by the blue tooth receiver... I thought any blue tooth receiver/dongle would work to catch the signals and allow the keyboard and mouse to work once more, rather then become a complete paper weight... Am I doing somthing wrong? If anyone has any advice, I would appreciate it.
Keyboard model number is: HP 5189URFK
Mouse model number is: HP 5189URF
This is the dongle/receiver that I bought
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A:Using Bluetooth Receiver to replace broken OEM one...Won't work?

My guess is that the keyboard and mouse are wireless but NOT Bluetooth. Bluetooth is a published, industry standard but most wireless keyboards and mice on the market use a different, non-standard technology than Bluetooth. You may be able to buy a replacement wireless receiver directly from HP.

If the keyboard and mouse support Bluetooth they will most likely have the Bluetooth symbol on them to indicate that they are Bluetooth.

I'm using a Bluetooth dongle similar to the one that you purchased on this netbook I'm using right now and it works fine with my Targus Bluetooth mouse.

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I'm having an issue with this thing.

It took me a long time to make it works, cause I was looking for right drivers. Now I have problem, which was from start. So, the device works corectly, but I have some delays when I listen to music. I press start in music player (foobar2000 or youtube) and the sound goes after 15~20 sec. It happens in most cases, not always, but...

Do you have any suggestions? Thanks!

A:Belkin Bluetooth Music Receiver problem

Thanks guys for a lot of answers!

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I recently bought the MX master s2 Bluetooth mouse after reading tons of positive reviews about it,
it was a disaster, a complete waste of money, the mouse is massive in size, bulky, and heavy. it feels like im holding a rock in my hand

anyways, i dont want to use it anymore
but i want to try and salvage the problem, the mouse got a Bluetooth dongle, is there a way to unlock
it so that i will be able to use my Bluetooth wireless headset with it? or is it forever locked to work with the mouse?

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I'm trying to play music from my lenovo laptop to my new Denon receiver. Both appear to be pairing properly and it says my Denon is connected to bluetooth on my laptop. However, when attempting to play music from my laptop, sound only comes out of my pc and not the denon audio system speakers. When I'm in sound settings, it doesn't seem to allow me to select my Denon receiver speakers...even after i disable my g50 speakers. Denon advisors say I may need a new driver on my g50 or it's incompatible??? I'm not buying this as I can hook up to other wireless speakers just fine.Any help would be appreciated.thankstom

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Establishing SPP Bluetooth connection between a laptop with Win7 and HC-05 BT Receiver


I am trying to implement BT btwn a laptop running Win7 with Arduino IDE, and a BT device called an HC-05. The HC-05 is located at and powered by a remote Arduino UNO board. I'm doing this for the first time, and am also new to Arduino.

I am looking for someone with some experience in setting up Serial Port Profiles for Bluetooth devices.

Some Details:

When the HC-05 BT receiver is powered on by the Arduino a red led flashes at about 2Hz. If I go to My Bluetooth Devices in Win7, I select Add Device and choose All as the type. The HC-05 appears and Win7 reports it was installed successfully, although in the list of devices Device Type says unknown. If I open services I see Serial Port Profile (SPP) only. If I double click it it says Service action in progress for about 30 s, then an error says Device failed to respond. At this point the HC-05 device red led now flashes slower about 0.5 Hz. If I now double click on the SPP again I get the error: "No more com ports can be created for this device." If I rt click the SPP icon I get one option - to "Create Port", but the same error occurs.

If I investigate with Device Manager: under "Ports" I see 3 ports listed, copies that say Bluetooth SPP Driver with COM1,2,3 shown. The third has a exclamation icon on it, under properties/status it says "This device is not working properly because Windo... Read more

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I have Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit SP1 with an ASUS Bluetooth adapter that supports bluetooth 2.1 and A2DP. I can get it to pair with my iPhone but not my Pioneer VSX-921k.
The Pioneer uses a BT100 adapter to connect via bluetooth, it works with my iPhone perfectly, but again, cannot be seen by the PC.
I have tried multiple adapters, several drivers, and a few different programs. I still cannot get them to pair, though I see online it is quite possible. Help please!!

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I have installed actual Bluetooth-stack v9.10.32(T)
Also added Bluetooth filter package and Bluetooth monitor (cannot see them in the control panel under "programs and features)
But cannot complete pairing with an Denon AVR-X1100

when connecting with the Toshiba all steps look good until the pairing code is displayed.
I confirm it and the Denon displays the Toshiba as paired and connected
but the Bluetooth wizard is displaying for a while:
"setting up audio device"
and ends up with "connection to a remote device failed please try again"
and windows7 displays "Authentication went wrong"

My Iphone and my Dell Latitude connects without any problems so it should be related to the Toshiba Bluetooth-stack (settings)
any Idea how to solve it?

thank you in advance

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I have a new Acer Aspire V3-571 laptop with Windows 7 x64. Yesterday I bought a GPS receiver (Qstarz 818XT). It has a wireless Bluetooth adapter just like a keyboard/mouse adapter. I noticed that my laptop was having issues shutting down. I would tell it to shut down, and a few hours later the laptop would still be busy shutting down. I manually shut it down, and when I started it again there was a notification that a crash dump had been created. It also had issues starting up. I found that these problems stopped as soon as I removed the Bluetooth USB receiver from the USB port.
I checked the event logs, and they show numerous errors related to the bluetooth device. Always two identical warnings followed by an error.
The warning is: Event 3, BTHUSB - A command sent to the adapter has timed out. The adapter did not respond.
The error is: Event 17, BTHUSB - The local Bluetooth adapter has failed in an undetermined manner and will not be used. The driver has been unloaded.

If I go to devices and printers, this is the information that it shows regarding the Bluetooth USB reciever.

broadcom 2046 bluetooth 2.1 usb uhe dongle
Device Type: Bluetooth Radios
Manufacturer: Broadcom
Location: Location 0 (Port_#0003.Hub_#0002)

Driver Version: (Date - 3/16/2012)

I have also run the diagnostic tool and attached the .zip file

A:Bluetooth USB receiver causing startup & shutdown issues on Windows 7

Also if I check device manager, In Broadcom 2046 Bluetooth 2.1 USB UHE Dongle Properties, I will get a message sometimes saying 'Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43). After a minute or so it will change and say 'This device is working properly.' Almost immediately afterwards it will change again and display the error message again.
Also it shows the yellow triangle by the device, and this disappears when it is 'working', only to appear a few minutes later again.

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I'm noticing a really weird problem. I have a thinkpad t60p running winxp pro sp2 with integrated bluetooth.

I have two logitech mice, both with wireless USB receivers, and I like to switch them out because sometimes I feel like using my right hand and sometimes my left.

But sometimes when I unplug a receiver, the computer fails to make the "DING ding" usb device leaving sound. When this happens, all of the usb ports stop working. Reinserting the receiver does not fix the problem. Then after awhile, the bluetooth icon in the tray turns read and pops up an error message complaining about not being able to start the bluetooth service.

I have no idea why bluetooth would have anything to do with these logitech usb receivers, but that's what happens.

At first I thought my only way to fix things was to reboot, but then I noticed that when I shut Outlook (2007) suddenly I get the USB dinging sounds and everything is fixed.

Can anyone tell me what is going on and how I can fix this problem?


A:weird, unplug usb receiver and computer doesn't recognize; bluetooth fails

The Bluetooth might be connected internally via USB hubs and when you suddenly unplug the USB stuff, the bluetooth stops working because all the hubs are "disconnected".
As for the USB not working until after Outlook 07 is shut down ... maybe your computer can't handle the process. How long do you wait until you decide to restart?

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Windows 7 Professional 32bit, Gigabyte x86 PC.

Windows bluetooth discovery is not finding any devices. On my android phone I can turn on discovery and locate the PC, and it prompts me to enter the passcode on the PC. However no devices show up.

I have tried three different USB dongles and installed the generic Windows bluetooth driver. (One of the devices prompted me for a different driver which was downloaded and installed, but then the radio was not recognized) I've tried three different devices as well (a mouse, a trackpad, and the android phone).

I've installed "Bluetooth Command Line Tools" and it tells me that the radio is installed and working properly, as does the Windows device manager. Bluetooth icon shows in the system tray when the dongle is plugged in.

I've changed the settings in services.msc as detailed in other posts (changing to local account with my username and password).

I've turned off firewall and antivirus, no change.

Constructive ideas, suggestions, and opinions are welcome. I can't just throw it out the window, though, as this is a work computer. All I want to do is add a Bluetooth trackpad.

A:No bluetooth devices found, but other devices find the PC.

I've just installed BlueSoliel (trail version which will expire in 30 days) and now all my devices can pair and connect.

At this point it appears to be a Windows software / driver issue. I'd really like to track this down and fix it myself, I don't mind actually paying for the BlueSoliel software but I'm stubborn about 'stupid computer problems'.

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my speakers are paired but not connected
I have uninstalled and restarted

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Please help! I can't believe i can't figure this out, it's embarrassing at this point. I'm hoping someone has had a similar experience.

-Downloaded Loitech's Setpoint 6.32 for windows 7 64 bit from here:


-Not working
-Mouse and keyboard show no response when tested after pressing the bluetooth buttons
-The bluetooth usb hub is detected
-In Device Manager, Windows claims I have the latest driver for bluetooth wireless hub
-According to Logitech, I have the latest version of Setpoint
-Setpoint is supposed to have a bluetooth tab for setup as seen here:


-But my Setpoint does not have the bluetooth tab, and is essentially worthless
-Doesn't have the mouse or keyboard tabs either

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I am having issues using both the Bluetooth keyboard and mouse at the same time. Each device works flawlessly when connected separately. When the mouse is connected first the keyboard repeats keys and has a significant latency issue once connected. When
the Keyboard is connected first the mouse will not work once connected.
All bluetooth drivers and device drivers are up to date.
Is there a known issue with running multiple bluetooth devices at the same time? Is there an upgrade I can make to improve bluetooth functionality? Any advice/guidance that you could lend would be greatly appreciated. Please see below for the equipment in
Equipment being utilized:
HP Elitebook 840
Windows 7
Logitech Bluetooth Mouse M557
Logitech Bluetooth Illuminated Keyboard K810

Much thanks,

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Logitech MX 5000 Set and Toshiba Bluetooth Stack My logitech MX 5000 came with the Logitech Setpoint software which allowed me to pair up the Bluetooth dongle with keyboard and mouse through Microsoft's BT Device Wizard. However it was unable to sync with my headset so I switched to my Toshiba Bluetooth Stack so that I can pair up with the headset as well.

Now that I am using the Toshiba Bluetooth Stack, I lost the option of Logitech Setpoint to configure the keysettings (Media buttons) of my keyboard and mouse.

Are there any way to fix this?


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I just bought a Logitech Bluetooth keyboard k480.

It is a single keyboard that lets you type input into several diff devices - one at a time

So, if you have a Notebook, a Tablet, a Smartphone and a Desktop PC and you use more than one of them during the day, you can just switch this keyboard by turning a dial and when you do that, you select into which device the KB will be entering the data you type. Pretty neat concept. But there are no instructions. I can't figure out how to connect it and pair it with these devices.

Presumably, you set the dial to one of three available positions and then press a key to select the device type.

But the package does not contain any instructions. Instead it just contains this web address:


Unfortunately, this web site is not at all intuitive when it comes to explaining how to use this thing.

It has a dial and enables you to turn the dial to switch between several diff devices such as a phone or tablet or PC. In addition, it works with iOS, Mac, Windows and Android devices.

So, you turn the dial to specify the device (I think) and then push a button to specify the OS.

Has anyone here bought one and if so, can you explain how I can go to the website and find some instructions on how to use this keyboard?

Oh wait!

For anyone interested, I think I may have found the instructions here:


But I don't have a printer. Not very convenient. I suppose ... Read more

A:Solved: I just got a Logitech Bluetooth keyboard k480. No Instructions?

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Hey everyone,

I recently purchased a Logitech V270 Bluetooth Mouse that uses the integrated bluetooth stack in my Dell 630m laptop. The dell comes with a Toshiba Bluetooth stack installed, unfortunately the supplied SetPoint Software does not cooperate with this driver and tells me to get an updated driver (which I have). The Logitech software suggests Broadcom/Widcomm Bluetooth BTW 1.4.221 or above driver. I downloaded and installed the B/W drivers. This has not helped at all. I now have two Bluetooth logos in my sys tray, one slightly smaller one with white, and a slightly larger one with red. Red means off/not working and it is telling me there is no Bluetooth device plugged in.If anyone can help me, thatd be great. The bluetooth mouse works, so does my bluetooth samsung t609 cell phone, the setpoint software allows some customization thatd Id like.


Dell Inspiron 630m
XP Home SP2
1gb RAM
80gb HD

A:Logitech V270 Bluetooth Mouse Driver Problem

any ideas???? should i just give up?

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Hi all,

I'm not sure if I'm posting in the correct forum, but I've got a question about bluetooth devices. This is gonna be a really dumb one. I have a newer laptop here that is wireless. In other words, I have a router and a small wireless network set up. I have the little blue button that lights up at the top of the keyboard. Is that bluetooth? I also have a wireless printer with that same icon lit up blue.

I have a new cellphone that is bluetooth and I want to make the phone and computer talk to each other to transfer pictures. I read that I need to go to "Bluetooth Devices" in the Control Panel to get things set up. However, I don't see that selection. So, do I have bluetooth or not?

A:Bluetooth Devices?

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I have bought a Bluetooth keyboard for my PC (running a Windows 7 64bit OS) and while I am able to successfully install and pair the device, I find that each time I either switch off the device (or PC) and switch either back on again I cannot re-establish the connection unless I remove the device and re-install and pair it once more? Surely it isn't necessary to have to follow this procedure every time I wish to use it...or is it? Any helpful ideas would be much appreciated.

A:Bluetooth Devices

make sure the PC is discoverable and that Bluetooth is set to start with the computer.

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HelloMy laptop model ThinkPad X1 Carbon unfortunately can't detect any and all Bluetooth devices that I am trying to connect. 

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I am attempting to connect a mobile phone to my computer. On the Bluetooth Devices icon in Control Panel I am unable to 'turn discovery on' (in options). The message 'Settings not Saved' appears detailing discoverability and connection. I am operating on a Pentium 4 system with Windows XP and SP2.

A:bluetooth devices

Do you have a bluetooth icon in your system tray?

You should be using this and then utilizing the bluetooth places folder to find and connect the device and then discover available services with that device.

If you don't have that icon, your missing the Widcomm stack, which you need before bluetooth functionality will happen. Search your manufacturer website for these drivers.

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Hey all.

I'm here to post a new problem that I am experiencing since my move to windows 7. Ok, basically my mouse will disconnect completely when I boot into windows and I can use my keyboard no problem (Logitech Wireless too) and that is my only option to log on and also use windows itself.

I will move my mouse but the cursor stays still and nothing happens. I will then switch the mouse off, leave it for 30 secs, switch it back on, click the connect button on the Logitech Bluetooth usb stick and then the connect button on the mouse itself.

Nothing happens so I'm basically stuck with my keyboard. Unplugging the usb Logitech receiver and then re plugging it in starts the windows found new hardware procedure.


This mouse is installing again and after about 3-5 mins it then comes to life. Very strange and this is the third time it has happened.

I even manually restarted and booted into XP (slave drive) and the mouse was even stuck on that. I repeated the steps above and the only way to get the mouse working was to unplug the receiver and then plug it back in, thus windows takes over and says it is "installing" new drivers and then "found new hardware" pops up and hey presto I can use my mouse.

Why windows needs to keep reinstalling it I have no idea. Shouldn't the mouse just fire up like it used to? I mean I could use it from the logon screen and it is here that it fails so I know I have a problem right away if it doesn?t move or respond.

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A:Logitech MX1000 Bluetooth mouse disconnecting on cold start

I am a user of Logitech mouses for the last 10 years and I recommend them to everyone for their reliability.

Right now I am using two wireless mouses with small nano receivers. These mouses are excellent and one I am using on Win XP Professional, and the other I am using on Win 7 Ultimate x64.

Logitech has recommended that I use setpoint software on my old wireless mouse on Window XP, and I have installed the latest setpoint software. I always update the setpoint software whenever an update is available. This mouse is in use for the last two years and I never had any problem.

Coming to the Second Logitech wireless mouse (M215) Logitech suggested that no setpoint software is necessary for using this mouse. So I am using this mouse with Windows 7's native mouse drivers for the last three months and never had any problem.

So what I suggest is that if Logitech suggests setpoint software for your particular model of mouse, then you better download and install it. This will improve the performance and also give you some additional customizations to your mouse.

I hear the bluetooth mouses sometimes gives problems, but I do not have any experience with them.

Hopefully once you install the Setpoint drivers your mouse should work properly.

Another aspect is check your power saving features. If your system has wakeup features for the mouse, I suggest you switch off this feature.

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I recently purchased a Logitech M557 bluetooth mouse to use with my Qosmio, which is updated to Windows 10. However, I have found the mouse lags constantly. I uninstalled/reinstalled the bluetooth software but it does not fix the problem. I tried the mouse on another laptop (Portege R830) and operation is perfect. The Portege is also updated to Windows 10 so something is not right with the bluetooth on the Qosmio.

Current bluetooth driver installed is 18.1.1525.1445, dated June 2015 and is the version installed when you update the device driver in device manager. I could not find an Intel bluetooth driver on the Toshiba website for my latptop, in fact all I could find were packages for Realtek and Atheros devices.

Any ideas?

A:Qosmio X870-119 Bluetooth issue with Logitech M557 mouse

Try disabling wifi and using ethernet cable, with alot of intel BT controllers they are also controlled by the wifi card. If this solved the issue you may need to update your WLAN Drivers (However none are available for Windows 10 OS yet)

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Hello All,

Thank you for your time.

I have just finished installing Logitech MX 5000 Bluetooth Keyboard/Mouse. It really screwed up my pc. Disabled all my optical drives (I have over 3) as well as my sound card.

Managed to get everything else to work except for the sound card.

Any ideas?

MB Asus A7V8X
Sound Card Creative SB Live!

Any feedback is much appreciated!

A:Solved: Just installed Logitech MX 5000 Bluetooth Keyboard/Mouse......now no sound

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I'm on 8.1 with all updates installed. My Asus Zenbook does not support Windows 10 (I tried but had to revert because no drivers available for some functions. Asus does not rate my Zenbook as 10 compatible.) Anyway I am having problems with Bluetooth mouse. The only way to get it to work is to set mouse to pairing mode, select unpair the mouse in windows, then it pops up and select pair. It will now work fine until I restart the computer then must repeat process. There are 2 devices listed as paired for Bluetooth.If I select unpair for either or both it will not unpair them. It's like I need to clean bluetooth and start over. I do not want to reinstall windows because it is such a pita to get Asus drivers and reinstall software. Is there any other way. to get the old bluetooth devices to unpair? I have a feeling if they would completely unpair and be gone that when I pair again the mouse may work normally.

A:Can't Unpair Bluetooth Devices?

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I no longer see bluetooth under my devices.  What do I do to locate it again?

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I have a Medialink Bluetooth dongle that I am unable to get to work with all my bluetooth devices. I have the drivers installed and everything seems as if it should be functioning properly. However, I am not able to pair my two Android devices or my Turtle Beach PX5 headset. I was able to connect with my printer so I'm sure the device itself is working properly. I'm just not sure what I am doing wrong with my other devices. Thanks for the help.

A:I can not connect Bluetooth devices.

Also, when I go the Bluetooth menu and click "Open Settings" nothing opens. What's causing that?

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Just to tell that the Widcomm 5.1 provided on a link on this forum, does work fine and install very well through Windows Update for most of the bluetooth drivers...

Version on my Original CD Install is around 4.1 or 4.3 dated 2003, have an issue with tray control (windows pops up every time) and is buggy.

I'm with a PCMCIA Bluetooth TDK PC Card Type II, to transfert files and pictures with OBEX from a 3rd S60 platform mobile phone.

I didn't wanted to install a PC suite, just basic transfert from Phone to PC.

Widcomm 5.1 suit most of the bluetooth devices known by now.

I was looking back yesterday the post for the link and couldn't find it back. Orbital Shark may you have the link?

The purpose of this new thread.


A:Bluetooth Devices (Widcomm)

Have you tried the following:

Broadcom Corporation - Bluetooth Software Download

Using the Broadcom updater I managed to get a very recent version installed:

Bluetooth (WIDCOMM) driver v. (22/04/2009) for Win7

The updater should work with all Broadcom based BT chipsets...

If WIDCOMM v.5.1 worked for you this might too...


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I currently have a Titan GT80 -009 laptop and cannot for the life of me get any of my devices to connect to this laptop. I turn on Bluetooth and it doesn't find anything while in pairing mode. I uninstalled the driver, re-installed..looked on google and turned off power saving for devices; changes service to auto instead of manual and nothing..

Device manager shows Bluetooth is running fine Qualcom Atheros QCA61x4 4.0 installed.

I really don't want to factory reset, i called MSI for support and that's all they told me to try doing...that's great tech support.

Any help is greatly appreciated..

A:No Bluetooth devices found..

Have you checked in Services to see if the "Bluetooth support service" is running?

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I have read a lot about problems on W7 with Bluetooth, but none of the solutions seem to apply to me. When I doubleclick on the Bluetooth icon in the taskbar the Bluetooth Devices window comes up, the green bar loads to 99% and nothing happens, even though I have 2 turned on Bluetooth devices near the dongle. I have also tried using the software (BlueSoleil) that came with the dongle, but that doesnt work either.
All the devices in the device manager are installed correctly (no unknown devices). I am using W7 Premium.
Any help is appreciated.
Thank you

A:No Bluetooth devices found

Can you tell us what the two devices are that you are trying to connect?
Also can you fill out your system specs in your userCP

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New PC with bluetooth.  Can anyone provide guidance on how to use blue tooth with external speakers and send music from ITunes or other sources to them along with external speakers directly connected to the PC?  Is there a limit to the number of BT devices you can ouput to simultaneously.  I have a couple of bluetooth speakers in other rooms and would like to be able to play music from the PC to them. Thank you

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I have a new Dell xps 8900 desktop. When I get on the Bluetooth it just circles and can never find any devices even though they are close by. Nothing in device manager seems out of place. Bought new with windows 10, hasn't worked yet. Something I'm not doing that should be obvious? Should I search the Bluetooth adapter and look for a driver update?

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I've got an Acer Aspire S3-951, just installed Windows 8 Release Preview Build 8400.

All devices have installed, the bluetooth module shows up in the device manager. I've downloaded and installed the Atheros Bluetooth driver from the Acer website. However when I try to add a bluetooth device it doesn't find anything - it just says "Searching for devices" and eventually says "No devices found". I've placed two mice in pairing mode but neither show up (Logitech M555b and Kliq KL-TSMBT3), it doesn't even detect my iPhone.

Anyone got any ideas or fixes??

A:Bluetooth devices not detecting?!?!

Right now, I'm having the exact same problem. I have that model too. I ran a Windows Troubleshooter, and it came up with lots of bluetooth problems. It told me to reinstall the drivers for it, so I'm trying to do so right now...

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having a problem since i buy my cellphone Nokia 2330 Classic. I cannot connect my phone to my pc. I already downloaded the Windows Mobile Center. Anyone Can help me?

A:bluetooth devices is not detected


Can you help us to be able to help you by filling these in - System Specs

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I want to turn on the bluetooth for my laptop, but the bluetooth option in devices doesnt exit

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I got this problem once before but it happened again yerterday and today I get a message saying bluetooth stack devices can't start what shall I do?

A:Bluetooth stack devices

Can we have some specific information about your system (make/model), and what blue tooth devices (if any) you may be using right now.

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My wireless mouse stopped working - I replaced the batteries, restarted the computer, pressed the bluetooth button and clicked "add new device" in control panel/bluetooth devices but nothing at all shows up in the list. Any ideas? Very frustrating!

I'm using a plug-in USB mouse for now

A:Bluetooth devices don't show up at all

Welcome to the forum

Hopefully one of these suggestions may help.

Troubleshoot problems with Bluetooth enabled devices

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RE: - I can not connect Bluetooth devices.

I am having a similar problem, I got my headset to play sound and all that, but cant get the mic to work. Subsribing to this thread in search of any fixes.

A:can not connect Bluetooth devices.

Quote: Originally Posted by AversionX

I am having a similar problem, I got my headset to play sound and all that, but cant get the mic to work. Subsribing to this thread in search of any fixes.

Please post your specific issue AversionX. And update your system spec please.

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I have a Dell Inspiron 1545, running Vista 64 bit.
Wireless works fine.  I have never tried connecting with Bluetooth before.
I was looking for a portable speaker but they are all Bluetooth operable.
So, decided to see if my laptop connects with Bluetooth.
According to the configuration it does.
It has a Dell Wireless 1510 802.11n Half Mini Card.
I have a Bluetooth Devices file in my Control Panel but no devices that it connects with.
Does anyone have any suggestions or help?

A:PC does not recognize bluetooth devices

According to Dell, these are the specs for your wireless card.  As you can see, there is nothing to show that your wireless card has any Bluetooth capability.  Without more information, I cannot say why you would have a "Bluetooth Devices file" in your Control Panel.  Should you want me to look into this further, please post screenshots of your Control Panel and Device Manager windows.

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