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( RESOLVED )what can I do to get my Bluetooth USB device fully working ??

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hello guys...


this thing didn't stop driving me crazy since I first bought this USB device to get a wireless access to my mobile phone and the like...

the problem is that the Bluetooth device (adapter) doesn't recognize all Bluetooth devices most of the time, and sometimes it works good.

this has re-occurred several times through the days, not to mention that I reinstalled Windows several times (due to being laggy with the time passing... etc) but the problem continued to happen again.


when I check out the device manager I see that "Other Devices" gives a sube-menu of 7 devices without drivers (marked with yellow) named "Bluetooth Peripheral Device"

so where can I get the working driver for it as Windows doesn't give me a driver for it through Windows Update ?


best regards.


EDIT: I have just downloaded and installed the Toshiba BT stack, and it resolved my problem... the bluetooth device I have is fully identified now.

thank you guys.

Edited by the magical me - 3/27/12 at 4:51am
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Are you using a toshiba laptop by any chance? I had a similar problem to this recently, the solution was toshiba-specific: "install the Atheros Bluetooth Filter Driver Package then install the Bluetooth stack. Make sure the Bluetooth device drivers and Bluetooth Stack are uninstalled first."

Source: http://forums.computers.toshiba-europe.com/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=60963

Otherwise if its your sig rig, double click one of the yellow-marked drivers in the device manager, go to the Details tab, change the Property to "Hardware Ids", and then click on the bottom-most entry in the Value section, press Ctrl+C and paste it in a post. I could possibly find you a driver from that.
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Are you using a toshiba laptop by any chance? I had a similar problem to this recently, the solution was toshiba-specific: "install the Atheros Bluetooth Filter Driver Package then install the Bluetooth stack. Make sure the Bluetooth device drivers and Bluetooth Stack are uninstalled first."
Source: http://forums.computers.toshiba-europe.com/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=60963
Otherwise if its your sig rig, double click one of the yellow-marked drivers in the device manager, go to the Details tab, change the Property to "Hardware Ids", and then click on the bottom-most entry in the Value section, press Ctrl+C and paste it in a post. I could possibly find you a driver from that.


I really thank you dear, and highly appreciate it...

I have already tried what you suggested, using google for sure,

but here is the ID of my bluetooth device, hoping that you can find something different.


BTHENUM\{00000004-0000-1000-8000-0002ee000002}_LOCALMFG&000a


again, thanks dear.
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Late reply, I couldn't find a driver for you, but I'm very glad you solved it! You're welcome smile.gif
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