Check with the spokesman maker’s cheer on.
Hardware devices not detected or not operational – an Easy Fix
Add a BlueTooth Enabled Device to your computer
How to setup a Bluetooth connection
The Bluetooth item in Control Panel on a Windows Panorama SP2-based computer does not job as expected when you click the item –
for Windows 7 check this manually
If you need drivers try your Structure Maker’s cheer on put and/or the actual device maker’s put.
BluetoothView is a minor function that runs in the background, and monitor the activity of Bluetooth devices around you. For each detected Bluetooth device, it displays the following information: Device Name, Bluetooth Address, Major Device Letter, Minor Device
Letter, First Detection Measure, Last Detection Measure, and more. BluetoothView can also notify you when a new Bluetooth device is detected, by displaying a balloon in your taskbar or by playing a minor beep fjord. – FREE
BluetoothCL is a minor console application that dumps all current detected bluetooth devices into the norm output. For each Bluetooth device, the following information is displayed: MAC Address, Name, Major Device Letter, Minor Device Letter, and optionally
the company name of the device (if external file of MAC addresses – oui.txt is provided) – FREE
BluetoothLogView is a minor function that monitors the activity of Bluetooth devices around you, and displays a log of Bluetooth devices on the main graphic. Every measure that a new Bluetooth device arrives to your area and when the device leaves your area, a new
log line is added with the following information: Device Name, Device Address, Event Measure, Event Letter (‘Device Arrival’ or ‘Device Left’), Device Letter, and the company that created the device. BluetoothLogView also allows you to specify a description for every
device (according to its MAC address) that will appear under the ‘Description’ column. – FREE
Add a Bluetooth enabled device to your computer
More info of possible interest to some :
What is a Bluetooth personal area network (PAN)?
Connect to a Bluetooth personal area network (PAN)
Hope this helps.
Rob Brown –
Microsoft MVP <- profile – Windows and Devices for IT : Bicycle – Mark Twain said it right.