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Windows 7: Hp 650 bluetooth drivers


04 Nov 2012   #11

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Judging by HP's website you do not have Bluetooth:

HP 650 Notebook PC overview - HP Small & Medium Business products

Was the notebook advertised with Bluetooth? Could you please provide a screenshot of your Device Manager?

Start > Type: device manager > Press Enter > Expand Network Adapters

Then screenshot the fully maximised Device Manager window please:

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04 Nov 2012   #12

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yes, in this page it's displayed the pc with a bluetooth adapter:
htp://h10010.www1.hp.com/wwpc/us/en/sm/WF06a/321957-321957-64295-3740644-3955548-5225011.html?dnr=1
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04 Nov 2012   #13

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Yes, with the Bluetooth adapters, and you still haven't posted a screenshot of your Device Manager.

Have you opened:

Start > Devices and Printers > Right-Click (name of your computer) device

Screenshot the context menu (drop-down menu) the device which is named your computer (usually username - HP), I have a HP notebook with Bluetooth and I have a Bluetooth settings option available when I right-click my computer listed in Devices and Printers.

So, to summarise:
  1. Post screenshot of Device Manager
  2. Post screenshot of Devices and Printers
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04 Nov 2012   #14

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Sorry. I didn't open a new thread because i have the same problem described above by windows95 member. I have considered not so useful to repeat the same redundant thing opening a new dedicated thread. Anyway, my seller wrote that this model "has bluetooth" but it doesn't seems to be there. Any device is correctly installed and the system runs pretty good. No yellow question marks in Device Manager, no errors at all. Maybe the bluetooth module is unavailable or it is off. I don't know if there's any version of HP 650 notebook that doesn't have built-in bluetooth but it seems that it's really the case.

Thank you anyway for your reply
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05 Nov 2012   #15

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Have you opened:

Start > Devices and Printers > Right-Click (name of your computer) device

Screenshot the context menu (drop-down menu) the device which is named your computer (usually username - HP), I have a HP notebook with Bluetooth and I have a Bluetooth settings option available when I right-click my computer listed in Devices and Printers.

Have you looked on YouTube to see how to activate your Bluetooth? Have you checked within the All Programs list for any Bluetooth devices?
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05 Nov 2012   #16

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Thank you for your kind help but i'm a system administrator, so yes, i already tried a lot of things before posting.
I also tried to identify every root id device in the system and none of them correspond to a bluetooth device. I have to suppose that there are some models of HP 650 notebook that doesn't have bluetooth built-in. That's all we know

Or maybe there's a hidden setting somewhere (very essential bios and no reference to bluetooth at all) that enables the bluetooth radio device. Anyway, a 5$ usb adapter will solve the problem. Thank you anyway
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06 Nov 2012   #17

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Hal64 View Post
Thank you for your kind help but i'm a system administrator, so yes, i already tried a lot of things before posting.
I also tried to identify every root id device in the system and none of them correspond to a bluetooth device. I have to suppose that there are some models of HP 650 notebook that doesn't have bluetooth built-in. That's all we know

Or maybe there's a hidden setting somewhere (very essential bios and no reference to bluetooth at all) that enables the bluetooth radio device. Anyway, a 5$ usb adapter will solve the problem. Thank you anyway
Sorry I couldn't get to bottom of the problem, but least you can get a very cheap Bluetooth USB device, and then connect through Bluetooth using that; I have Bluetooth with my laptop and it doesn't really pick up any devices even when activated
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06 Nov 2012   #18

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by x BlueRobot View Post
Sorry I couldn't get to bottom of the problem, but least you can get a very cheap Bluetooth USB device, and then connect through Bluetooth using that; I have Bluetooth with my laptop and it doesn't really pick up any devices even when activated
This seems to be an utility-related problem. What are you using as BT utility right now ? Some utilities doesn't create the radio bridge correctly (they don't verify both Mac addresses, just look over frequency and device availability) and there's a simple solution for that: switch on another, better BT managing software

If you can read your device ID (using Everest or AIDA or another similar software) we can try to search for a compatible one and figure how to get over this problem.

About the "cheap" one, you can get one too. These ones (www.ebay.com/itm/Mini-USB-2-0-Bluetooth-Dongle-wireless-adapter-for-Laptop-or-Desktop-/150911476482?pt=US_USB_Bluetooth_Adapters_Dongles&hash=item2323066302) are very easy to find nowadays and are not expensive at all
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07 Nov 2012   #19

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I'm using the programs which the OEM included with the Windows 7 operating system package, I've removed some OEM bloatware but no programs related to Bluetooth have been removed. Thanks for the link, however I'm not too bothered not having Bluetooth as I rarely use it anyway and just use my phone's USB transfer cable.
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