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Windows 7: BlueeTooth Driver Problem

08 Oct 2009   #1
stevepm

Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit
 
 
BlueeTooth Driver Problem

Hey, I was using Driver Genius to update all of my drivers, because for some reason when I installed 7 Professional, I lost all of my drivers. Anyways, everything was perfect, until today when it showed I had a new bluetooth driver available. It had me download BlueSoleil, but it was only a trial version, and it said it would expire in 15 days, so I rolled back and uninstalled it and went back to my old driver. Now my old driver wont recognize my bluetooth mouse anymore. it works fine if i reinstall that trial version of BlueSoleil, but I dont want to pay for it, and it worked fine before I installed bluesoleil, but for some reason I cant go back to the way it was. if anybody has any ideas, id greatly appreciate it, thanks.

Steve


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08 Oct 2009   #2
SquonkSC

Win7 Build 7600 x86
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by stevepm View Post
Hey, I was using Driver Genius to update all of my drivers, because for some reason when I installed 7 Professional, I lost all of my drivers. Anyways, everything was perfect, until today when it showed I had a new bluetooth driver available. It had me download BlueSoleil, but it was only a trial version, and it said it would expire in 15 days, so I rolled back and uninstalled it and went back to my old driver. Now my old driver wont recognize my bluetooth mouse anymore. it works fine if i reinstall that trial version of BlueSoleil, but I dont want to pay for it, and it worked fine before I installed bluesoleil, but for some reason I cant go back to the way it was. if anybody has any ideas, id greatly appreciate it, thanks.

Steve
Try a restore point from before installing blue soleil.

good luck
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08 Oct 2009   #3
stevepm

Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit
 
 

I actually tried that already, but thank you for the suggestion
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