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Windows 7: Bluetooth problem win7 professional

01 Feb 2011   #1

windows vista 32 bit
Bluetooth problem win7 professional


i'm using w7 professional on my 1555 dell studio laptop. even though i have the most update drivers for my bluetooth device, if i click turn off the bluetooth adapter when i turn on wireless to reduce power consumption, i can't see the bluetooth icon next to system clock for next system start!. there is not even a tray of bluetooth device on control pannel or on start menu?

do you have any idea about this problem?

i will be glad if you can help. because my solution is setting up the drivers of bluetooth again

My System SpecsSystem Spec

01 Feb 2011   #2


check bios for "enable bluetooth on startup"
Then check Dell for the bluetooth software control package
My System SpecsSystem Spec
01 Feb 2011   #3

windows vista 32 bit

thanks for the idea, bios setings were as enable on start up.
but i have realized that the bluetooth software somehow turned off from msconfig start-up settings. as i turned back on the problem disappered...

thanks for interest!
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