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Bluetooth not working properly

by RakeshSahu04 / November 19, 2010 3:26 PM PST

Hi frnds,
I am having Dell INSPIRON N5010 laptop.I have installed bluetooth drivers into my laptop but during installation.These r the errors displayed

1.Bluetooth Pheripheral Device -- Device Unplugged.
2.Bluetooth Pheripheral Device -- Failed.
3.Bluetooth L2CAP Interface -- Ready To Use.
4.Bluetooth Remote Control -- Ready To Use.
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There r other items which has been installed successfully.The problemis only with 1 & 2.
Pls help me out in solving this ASAP.

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Sorry.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / November 20, 2010 12:44 AM PST

But I have a Dell running Windows XP, Vista and 7 at the office (we have hundreds) and not one needed blue tooth drivers when we plug in the usual 7 buck bluetooth adapter. My guess is that you installed incorrect or drivers that are borken.
Bob

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Bluetooth Drivers not working properly
by RakeshSahu04 / November 24, 2010 10:22 PM PST
In reply to: Sorry.

U r telling about bluetooth device which needs to externally connected to our Laptop but we r having bluetooth facility given in DELL INSPIRON N5010.

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Re: bluetooth
by Kees_B Forum moderator / November 24, 2010 10:34 PM PST

The message is "Bluetooth Peripheral device unplugged".

An external device can be unplugged, but you say it's an internal device. An internal device can't be unplugged, unless the hardware is broken.

So if after installing the drivers with this error message, the internal Bluetooth doesn't work as expected it's time to contact Dell tech support to see what they say. That could be anything, such as
- recommending other driver(s)
- having you run diagnostics on the hardware

The interesting questions you didn't answer in your first post:
- why did you install Bluetooth drivers - didn't they come installed with the machine?
- where did you get the drivers from?

Kees

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Bluetooth Drivers not working properly
by RakeshSahu04 / December 10, 2010 4:26 PM PST
In reply to: Re: bluetooth

No,actually if u buy a DELL INSPIRON N5030 or anr DELL INSPIRON Model they come with Windows7 OS installed in ur machine,but for that u need to pay Rs.2500 more for the OS.I didn't went with this option.Rather I installed Windows7 OS myself.So thats y there was no BlueTooth installed in my machine and the vendor from whom I purchased didn't gave me any drivers CD.

I downloaded the drivers from dell website and then I installed them into my machine.

So what is the solution for this problem?I f u have any pls reply me ASAP.

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There's nothing to fix.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / December 11, 2010 1:53 AM PST

"there was no BlueTooth installed in my machine and the vendor from whom I purchased didn't gave me any drivers CD. "

Your machine has no bluetooth so while you can install drivers you can now ignore the messages.
Bob

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