|20 Nov 2011||#1|
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Bluetooth Fails To Recognize in Windows 7
I have an ASUS G73sw. I had tried to use my Bluetooth the other day, but I could not connect to it. I went to Device Manager and it says that there are no Bluetooth devices connected. I attempted to update the drivers for the Bluetooth, but Windows 7 told me that it could not find a Bluetooth card. Here's the weird part: I have the Windows 8 Developer Build on another partition and, not only does Windows 8 see that the Bluetooth card is connected, it allowed me to pair with my phone. Do you have any idea how this problem could be fixed? Thank you!
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