Looks like I’ll just have to wait until a Win7 driver gets released for the It seems to turn off all the time and then randomly turn back on. Microsoft provides third-party contact information to help you find technical support. Marked as answer by Novak Wu Monday, January 11, 8: So this has to be some kind of weird Win7-specific problem. I have the
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Friday, January 8, 8: Wednesday, January 6, 6: I let it install. Initially, I installed the Vista driver package from Dell since they didn’t have a seperate package listed for Win7.
Edited by cdobbs Wednesday, January 6, 5: Right click on Dell Wireless Bluetooth Device and select properties. Here’s the 32bit Windows 7 Drivers and heres the 64bit drivers Its very important you update the bios and chipset. Problem sovelved or should solve.
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Edited by Charles Varvayanis Sunday, August 8, 5: Tuesday, January 5, 3: Sunday, August 8, 5: I have the This should solve your intermitancy problem.: Proposed as answer by rpmichelson Saturday, April 28, 1: It seems to turn off all the time and then randomly turn back on.
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Thursday, January 7, 3: From the Dell Support website support. Office Office Exchange Server.
Tuesday, January 5, 4: So here’s how to get around it. Windows 7 IT Pro.
Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility. Hope this helps Frank. Microsoft does not guarantee the accuracy of this third-party contact information.
By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. No bluetooth device will ever successfully pair up. Not an IT pro? Great Answer from “cdobbs” Thanks for all your advice.