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USB Bluetooth Adapter's Blue Light IS LIT When Bluetooth Is OFF?

Q: USB Bluetooth Adapter's Blue Light IS LIT When Bluetooth Is OFF?


I have an issue with my Medialink USB Bluetooth Adapter - Version 4.0 Class 2 Smart Ready Adapter (Model No. MUA-BA3). Let me explain...

Okay, I have setup my Medialink USB Bluetooth Adapter with the drivers for my Windows 7 operating system. Now, when I plug this USB Bluetooth adapter into my USB port connector on my desktop computer, it automatically lights up with a blue light on the Medialink USB Bluetooth Adapter itself and on my Windows 7 system tray/notification area I get the Bluetooth icon displayed as ?ON?. Then I go ahead and pair the computer and my device(s) (example: a Smartphone) to connect which they do successfully. When I am done using the Bluetooth technology, I disconnect the Bluetooth connection from each device and then instead of leaving your USB Bluetooth adapter ON with my Windows 7 operating system, I go into my Windows 7 system tray/notification area and select ?Turn Adapter OFF?. I then get the red Bluetooth icon in my Windows 7 system tray/notification area demonstrating that my Bluetooth is indeed OFF and the Bluetooth blue light on the Medialink USB Bluetooth Adapter goes OFF or is not lit any longer. Okay, so far so good ? everything is normal.

However, when I shutdown my Windows 7 operating system and then restart the computer at some later point, I notice that the Medialink USB Bluetooth Adapter still shows on my Windows 7 system tray/notification area as OFF (okay ? normal); BUT THE BLUE LIGHT ON THE MEDIA LINK USB BLUETOOTH ADAPTER IS NOW ?ON?! The only way I can turn off the blue light on the USB Bluetooth adapter is to manually go through the Windows 7 system tray/notification area, turn ON the Bluetooth technology and then promptly turn back OFF the Bluetooth technology in order for the Medialink USB Bluetooth Adapter?s blue light to go OFF again. I find this to be a real pain and chore each time to have to go through these manual steps to turn OFF that Medialink USB Bluetooth Adapter?s blue light when the Medialink USB Bluetooth Adapter?s blue light SHOULD BE OFF TO BEGIN WITH!

I would assume after the system (re-)start and leaving the Medialink USB Bluetooth Adapter plugged into the USB port connector on my desktop computer, if the Bluetooth technology is indeed OFF as set with the Windows 7 operating system settings, then the Medialink USB Bluetooth Adapter?s blue light should be OFF as well, BUT IT IS NOT. I have no intention of consistently plugging in and out the Medialink USB Bluetooth Adapter when I plan on using it or not; but instead leaving the Medialink USB Bluetooth Adapter always plugged into the my USB port connector on my desktop computer at all times and using the Windows 7 system tray/notification area?s Bluetooth icon to turn ON and OFF the Bluetooth technology when needed.

I have contacted Medialink/Mediabridge and they have informed me the rationale for this issue: "The only reason the light would be lit is if the bus power from that USB port was running. I [they] looked for ways to manage the bus power settings of the USB host but was unable to find anywhere in the Control Panel that would allow you to adjust that particular setting." Makes perfect sense to me that the bus power for the USB port is ALWAYS RUNNING and the computer starts, the USB ports are powered and therefore the Medialink USB Bluetooth Adapter is always lit at system start until I turn off the Medialink USB Bluetooth Adapter via Window 7's system tray/notification area. Specifically, the Medialink USB Bluetooth Adapter is connected to one of the USB ports on the front of my desktop computer. The front desktop USB port connects to one of the USB pin connectors on my ASUS P5Q motherboard. Further, I have an OLDER ASUS P5Q motherboard that does NOT support Bluetooth as part of its BIOS settings -- PRE-Bluetooth capability. Therefore I installed the software on my Windows 7 Professional 64-bit and drivers that came with my Medialink USB Bluetooth Adapter. Medialink/Mediabridge has informed me they have no solutions on their end and I am the ONLY user experiencing this issue -- honestly, hard for me to believe the latter! They have tested this issue on a SONY VAIO laptop with Windows 7 and for them, the indicate they "have found that the light on the adapter stayed OFF after rebooting the machine." If you are thinking of me using the MSCONFIG and uncheck the startup for this Medialink USB Bluetooth Adapter, again; this will NOT turn off the light on the Medialink USB Bluetooth Adapter dongle. This ONLY disables the startup of the program/driver.

Since, I have considered of a possible solution. If I can get say, Windows Task Manager setup with a task that would: (1) turn ON the Medialink USB Bluetooth Adapter program at say 30 seconds after the desktop finish loading and then, (2) turn OFF the Medialink USB Bluetooth Adapter program at say another 30 seconds after that. This would be all automated from within Windows 7 and definitely turn OFF the Medialink USB Bluetooth Adapter dongle light every time shortly after startup.

Please answer:

1. What is your thoughts of my possible solution?

2. Could you please give me some detailed steps I would need to do in order to setup with Windows Task Manager, especially settings for "Trigger" and "Actions" sections of the Windows Task Manager?

3. Do you have another solution yourself for my issue?

Please reply.

Thank you!

Preferred Solution: USB Bluetooth Adapter's Blue Light IS LIT When Bluetooth Is OFF?

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.)

A: USB Bluetooth Adapter's Blue Light IS LIT When Bluetooth Is OFF?

Hi, can you give a 20 word or less problem summary please, I got lost in those wordy details.

I am no BT expert or anything, but all I read was complaining about a light being on, which a piece of black electrical tape fixes around my house, regularly *cough* fire alarms.

If the maker of the device doesn't have a solve to your issue... that is usually the end of the road with a cliff.

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dell xps m2010 wont start up ,blue power light and bluetooth light stay on,i have been searching posts in other forums as well as this one and i thought i`d narrowed it down to the graphics card,i was right to an effect,my approach was to take the xps apart following dells website documents,while i had the top (dvd drive) off ,i noticed that the graphics card screws were really loose (this was my first job)...i tightened these.The top(dvd drive ) i re-connected ,but propped it up at an angle so i could still see motherboard and parts,(warning!be carefull!!)electric!! ...attached power cable and pressed power button after half a dozen times pressing this it came to life.I noticed my fans were working and thought this might not be my motherboard after all ,no overheating happening...then it froze on windows xp ??it was a start !another 6 to ten times pressing power button it worked again this time not freezing.went into bluetooth with usb mouse and paired keyboard ,made system restore point and restarted .It took maybe 4 times with it being glitchy(freezing ..not powering up) ,but when it does load xp without freezing try restarting windows xp and then it eventually finds its feet!!!my xps 2010 is running ok now.jimb

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I have windows 7 with no bluetooth installed. I purchased Edimax Wi-Fi Bluetooth 4.0 USB Adapter in hope to connect my bluetooth headphones. I installed the Wi-Fi Bluetooth 4.0 onto my pc but it still cannot detect my headphones, it stays on 'Searching for devices...' for a long time. My bluetooth headphones automatically connects to my mobile phone but not to my laptop. Please help.

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Hi !!
I am having a bluetooth adapter installed on my PC. Now I wanted to connect my Samsung HM1100 headset with it. It paired and everything but during installation of driver it says "NO DRIVER FOUND". I have tried too many times and I have also installed a bluetooth driver "SILICON WAVE BLUETOOTH DRIVER".
Actually its a dongle I'm having. So it didn't require any drivers but it won't connect to my bluetooth headset.
Help will be appreciated.

A:My bluetooth adapter won't connect to my bluetooth headset

Do you still need assistance with this issue?

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A:Mediatek Bluetooth adapter 4.0 - Bluetooth not working, not ...

Hi, It uses Ralink RT3290LE 802.11b/g/n 1x1 WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0 combination adapter. No available drivers for Windows 10 from its homepage:    http://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/HP-Pavilion-m4-Notebook-PC-series/5354996/model/5372... Please try:     http://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp71501-72000/sp71572.exe or try  (for Windows 8.1):    http://h20566.www2.hp.com/hpsc/swd/public/detail?swItemId=ob_130262_1 Regards.

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A:Solved: Bluetooth 2.0 usb adapter class 1 and qwest wireless modem w1000 adapter

Does the bluetooth adapter recognise the modem but can't connect?

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Hello,The Bluetooth indicator light on my Thinkpad T420 is stuck in the on position regardless of if I have bluetooth on or off. This was never an issue until I recently installed a fresh version of Windows 10 on a new SSD. I just want to know how to either:1. fix this problem so that the light works as it is supposed to function, OR 2. disable the Bluetooth indicator entirely so that it doesn't remain on forever. Thanks so much for your help. 

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T420, upgraded to Windows 10 Pro via a clean install ... Works great ... had to find Conexant audio drivers so the audio would work while in the docking station ... Only remaining issues are that: a)The Bluetooth light below the LCD is always on, even when I've turned off the Bluetooth interface in the W10 settings. b)The special Thinkpad key combinations (like FN+F5 to turn the wireless off or on) don't work. Any suggestions about what software or driver installs to try?

A:T420 Windows 10 Bluetooth Light Stuck On, Thinkpad...

You can use the following utility to control the bluetooth light on T420 (and other Thinkpads): Thinkpad Fan Control (TFC)http://www.tpfancontrol.com Disable the light via the context menu of the symbol. The bluetooth control via Windows system tray is deactivated after installing TFC. Obviously, this utility is normally used for other purposes... Thorsten

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I am trying to find a bluetooth adapter that will work w/ a vista 64 bit so that I can use my Palm. I have found some but have read a lot about nothing being compatible. Is this true? Charlotte

A:Bluetooth adapter

Hello Charlotte,

Welcome to the Forum.
Any bluetooth dongle adapter like this should work with Vista. If it's what you are asking for.
I have got build in bluetooth on my notebook and I run 64bit OS without problem.
Hope it helps.


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i went to a computer store,
they told me that my netbook needs an adapter in order to transfer data wirelessly from Android.
Is there another way to do this?

A:bluetooth adapter?

Quote: Originally Posted by fluidmotion

i went to a computer store,
they told me that my netbook needs an adapter in order to transfer data wirelessly from Android.
Is there another way to do this?

Bluetooth is the easiest (read "least hassle") way of transferring data to your netbook from an Android device. I got a "nano" Bluetooth adapter for my Toshiba laptop, it worked nicely. It sticks out approximately 3/8" (7mm) and was under 10 USD.

If you don't want to go that route, then you can use sync software. I use My Phone Explorer (free). Once you have it set up, you can access your Android device as if it were a networked PC on your home LAN.

Another alternative is to use a USB cable. Set your Android device to Disk Drive under Connect to PC. I'm not 100% sure, but I think that this allows access to data on the SD Card only. Not a problem on my phone as it saves pictures and videos to a folder on the SD Card.

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hey guys,
i got my laptop in store so i didnt have the option to have bluetooth with it and im looking to add bluetooth to it cause my phone has it and its realy useful (who knew) an i was wondering i don't want it sticking out the side prefeibly unseen internal if you have a manual with pictures ( =] ) or a i have onle of these things.
a SD.MS/Pro.MMC.XD slot i wonder can you get a bluetooth one of those but i would prefer to have it internal.

compaq presario CQ6-216TU windows vista home premium 32bit OS

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I bought this thinking I could connect a bluetooth headset, I was wrong. What purposes does http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833320057 this do?

A:USB Bluetooth adapter

It connects your PC to any other device that is Bluetooth enabled.
For instance, mobile phone. You use it to transfer files, (mp3 .jpg or video) to or from your devices.

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I have recently purchased a Bluetooth dongle (it's tiny), because I lost the 1st one.

When I bought first dongle, I had to spend hours and hours installing, uninstalling drivers etc.. because there was no driver CD and I had to search myself. Also the dongle didn't have any brand mark on it or the packaging. I tried BlueSoleil and have never experienced a worst piece of software in my entire life, Broadcom drivers wouldn't work either. But somehow, I managed to get it working and got it connected with my Nokia mobile (6233) and everything was great.

Then I lost it, I bought this new adapter. It isn't the same and again I'm going through the same trouble. I've tried BlueSoleil but it's sh#t like always, doesn't even work properly, Broadcom won't find the dongle. The bluetooth on the notifications pops up thought but it won't find or recieve from my phone. Searched for drivers with no luck. The brand name was RTCC or something but I can't remember specifically cuz someone threw the packagaing away (again without CD).

I have no idea what I did to fix the first one and I can't get this stupid thing to work!!!! I'm using Windows 7, Windows Update won't find drivers for it also..

Any ideas? Thanks!

A:Bluetooth Adapter:

Hi Telefang and welcome to Windows 7 Forums

Are there any identifying numbers on the adapter, such as a Serial Number? Please post back with as much info as you can.

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I reformatted my laptop, an Asus k43sj, 2 days ago. And I am looking for drivers over the net. But I can't find a bluetooth module(according to Driver Toolkit which I downloaded to find what drivers I lack). I uninstalled it on Device Manager and reinstalled it and actually hoped it will work but to no luck, it didn't. I need help on how to bring my bluetooth to work again.

A:How do I fix my bluetooth adapter?

Can we have your Bluetooth model, and make.

You should be able to find this in device manager

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after installing a Belkin Blueetooth adapter in my PC, it locks up my other NIC that is hooled up to my LAN.
Any ideas as to fix it?

A:Bluetooth adapter

It sounds like a conflict between the two. Have you set your bluetooth up? http://www.belkin.com/support/dl/F5D7050v3_UK_Manual.pdf Jazz

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Im trying to find an Bluetooth adapter thats defiantly working with Win7 64bit. I checked the Win7 comparability page and it only lists two that are compatible so far.

So if you have a USB adapter and Win7, and they are working without you have to have jumped through hoops, will you please let me know what brand and model it is? Thanks

A:Bluetooth Adapter

I can't vouch for 64-bit support, but the Azio BTD-V201 installed easily and works flawlessly under Windows 7 32-bit.

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I got a Bluetooth USB adapter (model number is ES-388, no brand) so that I could use my Bluetooth A2DP headset with my Windows 7 PC, but I can't seem to get it to work. Windows does not recognize the device (the adapter), and won't activate it.

Is there a driver that I need to install? The adapter itself came with nothing...

A:Bluetooth USB Adapter ES-388 V2.0

OK, so I've given up on this adapter. It works now for everything BUT A2DP, so I want to get something else.

Does anyone know of a good Bluetooth adapter that definitely can do A2DP on Windows 7 RC/RTM?

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If I got a bluetooth adapter for my computer could I use the bluetooth headset for my cellphone to talk on skype through my computer?


A:bluetooth adapter


Have a look on there. try the first in the list, I think that had a headset option. If no luck, try the VoIP version.

Great software for bluetooth.

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Hi there, i'm Brian.

Asked for help few months ago with my laptop which you guys were great with and much appreciated. I have a new question I could use some help with.

Desktop I built about 2 1/2 - 3 years ago before bluetooth was as big as it is now.

I'm looking for a adapter but not exactly sure if there's a better brand to get. I know that like HDMI cables, a $15 will work as well as a $40 one but am looking for recommendations.

So far, this is what i've been able to find...




Some are pretty cheap which is great, but some are companies i've also never heard of. Paying for a brand name is one thing but i'd like someone reputable.

Any suggestions, comments, etc is appreciated.



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I'm running Vista Home premium. I have a usb bluetooth adapter that works great in xp, but I cannot get it to work in Vista.
It is an ISSC adapter running Widcomm 1.4.3. build 4 software.
It installed in Vista with the disk that came with it, yet it will not show up in the taskbar at all. It does show up in the Device manager.
I tried to install the newest version of the widcomm software, yet it says it cannot find a bluetooth device on my system. Its plugged in and blinking.
any ideas? thanks in advance.

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i want to buy myself a Bluetooth adapter for my PC to listen to music through my bluetooth headset but i want to make sure that there is correct drivers for that how do i check it up
or maybe someone could just post a good reliable bluetooth adapter
thanks in advance

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Have a nice pair of Bluetooth headphones and trying to get them hooked up to the sound of my older TV. Is there some kind of adapter you can buy to to hook up to the audio out of the TV so I can connect the 2 via Bluetooth? I just don't wanna pay for another pair of headphones. I just want the reciever.

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Hi,I've just got this new notebook and I can't find the bluetooth radio interface. I looked for it even in the device manager. I can see the LAN adapter and the Wifi adapter, but nothing about bluetooth.I searched for it even in the BIOS with no success.Can someone help me find a solution to get the bluetooth working?Thank you!

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I bought a couple of cheap ($7 - $12) Bluetooth 2.1+EDR USB adapters for my Windows desktop and laptop a couple of months ago which came with old, trial or limited bluetooth drivers and software. I assume this is because I both the cheap stuff. Any recommendations on good Bluetooth 2.1+EDR USB adapters (preferably those mini mini nano ones) that supports most bluetooth profiles (including stereo) and packaged with good drivers/software?


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I don't know if is a problem with Win 10 or Lenovo. I have a lenovo M30-70 Laptop. Bluetooth-Qualcomm.Atheros QCA61x4 Bluetooth 4.1. I try to open a topic on microsoft.it but some people write that is a Lenovo problem, but I have the lenovo update ok. The problem error is "Il dispositivo USB\VID_0CF3&PID_3004\6&361793d2&0&7 richiede un'ulteriore installazione."the device requires an additional installation". This problem broke my wifi internet connection and I must use and internet cable with my home internet connection (adsl). with other wifi (ex. university, friends,) no problem.In the italian topic I describe all steps. Sorry the topic is write in italianhttps://answers.microsoft.com/it-it/windows/forum/windows_10-hardware/problema-driver-connessione-wi...

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Does anyone knows whether the Acer Aspire 5253-BZ661 laptop has a built-in bluetooth device in it? Reading from articles on the internet, I don't see any information regarding this laptop's particular model having a built-in bluetooth device in it but has a bluetooth driver and suite ready for the download at the acer main site.

A:Bluetooth driver for Acer Aspire 5253-BZ661 but no bluetooth hardware?

May be a option on some models.

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I've done everything but stand on my head and I cannot get the P50 and the Sony to see each other to pair. I use the headset everday at the gym with an iPod Nano with no problem. With the P50 I've tried "add a bluetooth device' and 'show bluetooth devices'. In neither instance does the Sony appear. Suggestion? Mark

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Hello Every once in a while, my Microsoft bluetooth mouse stops working. Then I check the bluetooth device in the Windows device manager and it is no longer there, as if my laptop didn't have bluetooth at all. The only work-arround is to reboot. Then it works for a while, can be days or sometimes maybe even weeks before it stops working again. I found this article https://support.lenovo.com/ca/en/solutions/ht506394 which seems to describe my problem. Unfortunately, the proposed solution doesn't work as my driver is already up to date ( Any idea?

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installed intel ac-3160 dual band + blue tooth in a Sony notebook system wont allow blue tooth to start.
also there is no interface available to connect any hardware to it, i know it has something to do with some Vaio software on the system.
it allows me to use dual band mode and it shows that blue tooth is present but disables it claiming interference with 2.4 GHz band. 
now i have had blue tooth dongles installed working while using 2.4 GHz band before with no issues, so i don't get the issue now.
any input would be appreciated. 
thankx Karl K

A:installed intel ac3160 dual band + bluetooth system wont allow bluetooth to star

Have you install latest driver for the intel ac-3160 device?

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Hey guys,

So i spent the entire day trying to figure out why my Bluetooth installed fine but after one restart it disappeared and it wouldn't come back. I finally figured it out that the FN+F2 (wireless/bluetooth switches) is what enables/disabled it HAHAHAHAHA.

default (after startup): WiFi on / BT off
first time: WiFi on / BT ON yay~!
second time: WiFi off / BT on
third time: WiFi off / BT off

and repeat.

I hope this helps people with their bluetooth issues =)

Windows 8 was able to install all my Function Keys so I'm going to assume this will be the case for others. Good luck

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HP Spectre bluetooth connectivity with my Microsoft ArcTouch mouse constant drops. Turning bluetooth on and off seems to be the only way to reconnect the mouse. The mouse works with other bluetooth enabled laptops, tablets and desktops. Please help. 

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Is it necessary to have one that is a "printer adapter" or will any bluetooth adapter let you use a bluetooth printer with it.

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I was planning on buying Bluedio T5S Headphones to use on my PC. They require bluetooth V4.2 so I was wondering will they work if I buy 4.0 bluetooth adapter and, if they work, are there any differences in performance between the two versions.

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I just bought a Kensington Bluetooth USB adaptor.
I've installed the software but when i plug it in i see this.

Something to do with the driver i'm guessing. I emailed tech support, no help. I"m just wonding what that means and how i can fix it.
I have windows XP pro, I know the thing is in a plugged in properly because the light on it is blinking.

Any help would be cool. thanks in advance!

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I installed windows 8 pro 64x on my fujitsu lifebook ah530 two days ago, and since then i can't start my bluetooth adapter so I can pair with other bluetooth devices. it used to work just fine with windows 7.and the drivre seems to be ok at device manager. can any one help me. image is attached

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Ugh. Okay. Soooo. A little back story before we start.

Last computer I had was a Dell Inspiron laptop. I was gifted a wireless pen tablet for Christmas and bought a Bluetooth adapter to use in my computer so I could actually use it. Apparently I bought the stupid adapter (Blue Soleil- lots of problems with the drivers) so the simple fix was to delete the company's drivers and just use Vista Home Basic's built in Bluetooth driver. That worked fine, until I bought a new computer the other day.

It's an HP running Vista's Home Premium. I plugged in my adapter and at -first- it read it and the little Bluetooth icon popped up in the tray by the clock and it said it was installing the drivers. I figured this was just Vista's built-in driver, and that's what I needed for my wireless to work. I didn't install ANY of the Blue Soleil drivers. I planned on it ready to work--


After it showed up briefly and "installed", whenever I plug in the USB device, it doesn't find it. Usually a little blue light shows up on my USB adapter saying that it's ready to find devices (it has no discovery button or anything, just always kind of... worked) but when I plug it into any of the USB ports on my laptop, nothing. I can't even find the driver Vista installed and it's not even powering on so I can't hook up my Bluetooth device.

Is there anyway I can at least FIND the driver for the adapter (I checked hardware and device... Read more

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I just got a Palm Centro and conveniently (not really) the usb cable to connect to my phone to computer isn't compatable with 64 bit systems. So I was informed that I should simply buy a Bluetooth adapter to "hotsync" my phone..blah blah blah.

after buying the bluetooth I realized that my computer was not recognizing the new hardware b/c IT isn't compatable with,..you guessed it...64 bit os...and then they say I have to buy another one. Now, I guess this seems like more complaining than a question, but my level of frustration is immense, so I apologize, but does anyone know a way to fix this issue short of the obvious(buying another flippin adapter)? I mean, is Kensington so cheap and lazy that they cannot get their "experts" to write a patch or update for patrons with a 64 bit system?

A:Bluetooth adapter blues

A cable wouldn't have anything to do with 64-bit compatibility. That lies with the device, not the connection method. If the phone doesn't support connectivity with a 64-bit OS, a Bluetooth adapter isn't going to make a difference.

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So, I have this keyboard/mouse set, I had to send it back because the mouse buttons mucked up, and on my new one, my pc isn't recognising my new bluetooth usb dongle.


I uninstalled and reinstalled the mouse software, but its supposed to be all plug and play anyway!

Could someone give me some help on this


A:Bluetooth adapter not being recognised

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Hi all,

I recently encounter problem of sending files via bluetooth. I cannot send files using send to> bluetooth option by right clicking on the files.

In addition, I also encounter problem expanding the youtube description when I clicked on "See more".

I have also attached a pdf document that shows the problem that I have encounter.

Thanks in advance.

A:Problem with bluetooth adapter

Welcome Bluking.

First thing to try, I suggest you hold the left shift key down and right click on a file, then check the Sent To menu to see if there is a Bluetooth option.


Very quickly, check the send to folder to see if there is a Bluetooth shortcut.

To do this, click the start globe/button and input the following line into that little search box at the bottom of the menu - replacing the word USER with your username.


E.g., if my username was Seb9, I would put:


Tap the enter key and a new window should open, with shortcuts in it.


If you do not see a Bluetooth one and you have bluetooth software installed, I suggest you run a repair on the installation, just as an idea.

To do this, you'll need to go to your control panel, go to "Uninstall a program", find the bluetooth software and click repair (or uninstall and reinstall).


Another idea is to check the Bluetooth settings for a setting to create a shortcut in the sent to folder.


With your YouTube issue, hopefully closing and reopening the browser and/or system restart should fix that one.

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I have a Zoom USB bluetooth adapter (model 4322) installed with the included Bluesoleil software and drivers. I am using this with a logitech bluetooth mouse model v470 and Vista ultimate x64 with SP1 and all updates installed. When the mouse is not in use for about 30 seconds it disconnects. I try moving the mouse to wake up/ reconnect and there is a long pause (@ 15 seconds) before I am able to use it again. The mouse works normally on another system and another bluetooth mouse exibits the same symptoms. I have disable the power management in the drivers of the USB port but still the problem persists. Can anyone suggest anything sle which might help? Zoom Tech support has been responsive but the problem is really getting top be annoying

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Can somebody tell me how i can solv a problem with a bluetooth adapter of trust.
i cant install de program because he doesn,t  see de bluetooth adapter.
my windows is windows 8

with kind regard Mike Boogaard

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Hello all, I'm looking for a thumbnail size Bluetooth adapter compatible with Windows 10. I did a bit of searching on amazon and newegg and there aren't that many. For those that are available, they're not well known brands. I prefer known brands. Any recommendations are appreciated!

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I have tried paring my Laptop with my Blackberry, but get a service error message when I check the box marked "Turn on Discovery"

My Phones bluetooth is on but will not find devices.
Please Help.


A:Belkin Bluetooth Adapter

Has this worked before OR is this a new installation of the bluetooth adaptor.
Has the adaptor been recognised
See this please

That service error message on selecting Turn On discovery is more than likely a driver issue for the adapator.
Is there a warning on device manager for the Belkin.

On a more general basis if this is a new installation - does this assist

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Installed a Logitech bluetooth keyboard to xp sp3 computer, keyboard works but I cannot see the adapter anywhere in device manager. I am trying to also pair the adapter with my Blackberry. When I enable bluetooth on cell phone it does not see my pc. Any suggestions

A:[SOLVED] Cannot see bluetooth adapter

You are going to need the Blackberry software for it to work I believe.

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I was wondering if some one could help me out

iv just reently bought the nokia 6630 and wanted to connect to my pc via bluetooth adpater I have.
Now i was using this adapter (with another phone)with the Widcomm 1.2 drivers installed on windows xp service pack 1. I installed the service pack 2 and still windows recognised the adapter as widcomm so no problems.

now since getting the new phone you have to use a programme called nokia pc suite ver 6.4.8 which says it requires widcomm bluetooth stack version 1.4 or above otherwise the phone would not connect with the pc hence i cant use pc suite( im assumin they mean just mean a newer version of the software). So when I downloaded the widcomm 1.4 software from a website i installed the software but windows would not recognise the adapter and says the drivers are not currently installed.
also the widcomm software itself says "bluetooth device not found" while it is plugged in and used to work before.
so i keep goin to device manager>bluetooth adapter>update driver and Ive asked windows to search for it but to no avail it doesnt find anything.

ive even asked it to search in the locations where ive downloaded the programme hoping it would locate the driver, I dont know what the driver is to be honest as iv looked through the files of the widcomm programme. So i dont know what I should be looking for otherwise i wouldve tried pasting the driver into the windows system32/drivers folder,
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I installed an IOGear USB Bluetooth Adapter. I run WinXP SP3 with latest updates on a Lanova R61i. I can pair my Jawbone Bluetooth headset with the USB Adapter but am unable to use it for Skype calls as advertised. Even when I go to control panel and set up the device for use with Skype it is not recognized in Skype options.
Also - when I open network connections the Personal Area Network appears on the list but it shows it is disconnected. There is no way to connect it that I can see.

I know I have the latest drive stack for bluetooth enumerator and device (2007 & 2008 versions). But why can't I get this stuff to work? All the reviews said plug it in and use it...easy...hmmm

My ultimate goal here is to be able to use my Jawbone Bluetooth Handsfree with Skype on my laptop via the IOGear USB Bluetooth Adapter.

Appreciate any ideas anyone might have.

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