Even tried it in safe mode. Thereafter, reconnect the dongle when it will ask for it and check if the Bluetooth device is working fine. Still did the compatibility to XP, and run as adminstrator. Same window, with no devices listed. Downloaded current drivers from IOGear. I wil keep coming back for sure.
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Click add device, same window with no action. Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. An XP machine found it and installed it. Chose XP and run as administrator. Downloaded the XP zip from IOgear.
I updated my bios, chipset, video, sound, and pretty much all the drivers including dell bluetooth bt88040 that they had to offer. Please help us maintain a helpfull driver collection. Please register, and get one.
But is not happening on the Vista System. After that it worked perfectly.
Another Vista machine did too. Downloaded current drivers from IOGear. How satisfied are you with vizta response? When I press the “add device” button. Even tried it in safe mode. Jabra Bt now has a special edition for these Windows versions: Clicked “add device” after putting my device in discovery mode. Uninstall device and drivers. Tried to removing bluetooth from registry as explained in one of the links below. Installation failed because I did not have the proper license for this software.
Windows did not find anything.
Can not get bluetooth to install on Vista correctly.
Chris – Support Engineer Replied on January 29, I let plug and play install the dongle. Hi JMurdoch, I suggest temporarliy disabling your anti-virus and firewall software to see if it affects the issue: This option requires no OS understanding.
Then updated drivers specifying location. I have tried disabling and enabling in services. This thread is locked. These are the steps that I have taken so far: Debleena S Replied on January 22, Thereafter, reconnect the dongle when it will ask for it and check if the Bluetooth device is working fine.
Bluetooth comes up in the sys tray.
Can not get bluetooth to install on Vista correctly. – Microsoft Community
Select Your Operating System, download zipped files, and then proceed to manually install them. When done click add device, still the same window with the appearing hyperlink. Click add visfa, get the same window. Uninstalled and removed drivers after each attempt at installing.