May 09, 2011

How to Add Bluetooth to Windows 7 Ultimate

Microsoft has offered Bluetooth support in its operating systems. Bluetooth wireless technology has become quite popular for a wide array of PC networking products and other peripherals. Although enabling Bluetooth support in previous versions of Windows usually required the user to install multiple drivers and perform numerous other steps, Windows 7 Ultimate makes setting up Bluetooth devices a breeze.


1     Connect the cable for the Bluetooth adapter to an available USB port on your computer, assuming that the computer does not already have a built-in adapter. Many laptops come with an integrated Bluetooth adapter; however, on a desktop computer, you will probably to install an adapter before you can add a Bluetooth-enabled device.

2     Install the software driver on the CD provided with the Bluetooth adapter, if you installed this device on your computer. Simply insert the CD in your optical drive, and then follow the on-screen instructions. After installing the driver, reboot the computer if prompted to do so.

3     Turn on the Bluetooth device. Make the device discoverable by pressing the designated button or setting a switch to place the device into "Discovery Mode."

4     Click "Start" and then "Devices and Printers" to open the Devices and Printers window. Click the "Add a device" .

5     Wait for Windows 7 Ultimate to locate discoverable devices connected to or near your computer. Click the Bluetooth device you want to install from the list and then click the "Next" button.

 6     Wait for Windows to configure the Bluetooth device. If prompted to enter a passcode, enter the default code listed in the Bluetooth device owner's manual. In many cases, the default passcode will be "0000."

7      the "Device and Printers" window when Windows 7 confirms the installation of the Bluetooth enabled device.

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