Originally Posted by Reflux
Do you have a bluetooth receiver on your PC? You need a receiver, your motherboard won't receive a signal on its own.
If you don't you can pick one up online really cheap.
I have now brought 2 receivers. My cheap one looks like the one you linked. It didn't come with any disc and was never detected. Kept a ! on it. After reading amazon reviews on this device I figured the device was my problem. It just didn't support Windows 7 64. So I brought a brought a Asus USB- BT211, uninstalled all my bluetooth drivers and devices and then installed the Asus supplied ones and it still didn't work.
Originally Posted by NewAtOCing
Check to see if bluetooth support is started in services:
1. Click the start button in the lower left and type 'services.msc'
2. Type enter
3. Locate bluetooth support or something to that effect
4. Make sure the service is started and automatic... if it isn't you can right click and go to properties to change that.
Started and automatic. It was one of the first things I checked.
Edit: Directions are saying that when I plug in the devices windows is suppose to load the profile. Windows isn't loading the profile...