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Windows 7: Laptop Bluetooth Adapter CODE 43

04 Jul 2013   #1

Windows 7 Home Basic x64
Laptop Bluetooth Adapter CODE 43

I was trying to connect my cellphone to my laptop via Bluetooth and I couldn't, so I went in Device Manager to check.
I went there and I see this:

So I disable the device, (double click > Driver tab > Disable ). Then I enabled it again. And voila! it started to work, but befire I could do ANYTHING, within 5 seconds the yellow caution showed up again.

I tried to uninstall the device, then the whole Bluetooth section disappeared from the device manager 'tree'.
Then I clicked Scan for hardware changes and Windows started to install drivers for a unknown device. After completion the bluetooth section appeared BUT then again it was changed from 'this device is working properly' to 'Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems (CODE 43)'

I dont know what to do, Someones gifting me a Bluetooth Mouse and I believe that they would like to see me use it :/

So any help is appreciated.

I'm using a Vaio E-VPCEH26EG
intel core i3 2330M processor
Nvidia geforece 410m
4gb of RAM

PS: i cant do a system restore because I dont know when this problem started plus I have installed a lot of useful things.

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04 Jul 2013   #2

Windows 7 Home Basic x64

My System SpecsSystem Spec
04 Jul 2013   #3

windows 7 home 64bit

Hi there ... This looks to be a Driver issue .. The Link below has the Driver for your Bluetooth

Support for VPCEH26EG : E Series (VPCE) : VAIO™ Notebook & Computer : Sony South Africa
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 Laptop Bluetooth Adapter CODE 43

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