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Windows 7: Bluetooth Peripherial Device??

21 Dec 2008   #1
Kayyali101

Windows 7 Ultimate (Build 6801)
 
 
Bluetooth Peripherial Device??

when I Install my EDR Bluetooth 2.0 Adapter , my windows says that Bluetooth Peripherial Device - no driver found, what is this suppose to mean?

It appers also when I try to opreate my headset via the same bluetooth adapter its installs and everything but i can't hear the sound on the headset.

I will be very thankful if anyone would help me out on this.

This is a screenshot of the error:
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21 Dec 2008   #2
baarod

El Capitan / Windows 10
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kayyali101 View Post
when I Install my EDR Bluetooth 2.0 Adapter , my windows says that Bluetooth Peripherial Device - no driver found, what is this suppose to mean?

It appers also when I try to opreate my headset via the same bluetooth adapter its installs and everything but i can't hear the sound on the headset.

I will be very thankful if anyone would help me out on this.
Please post a screenshot of the error.
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02 Jan 2009   #3
ourfear

Windows 7
 
 

Same here, but after I installed Nokia PC suite, all devices found
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20 Jan 2009   #4
thunder2008

Windows 7 RC 7100
 
 

I seem to have an issue with getting my 2.0 blue dongle to work as well. Firstly I did add the update for the 2045 dongle.

Today was the first time I needed to use it, and it would not work. I then tryed uninstalling it and using the original bluetooth driver disk that came with my dongle. And, it just keeps saying that I need to run the setup.exe.

Which is what I've been doing all along. If I can't use the original drivers on disk then at least the windows 7 drivers would be helpful if only they work?

Currently restoring the bluetooth update now.
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