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Topic # 7965 25-May-2006 01:52
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I just purchased a bluetooth earpiece with the capabilitiy to communicating via PC (Skype, etc.).  However, I cannot find any bluetooth audio drivers  on my computer.  I have a bluetooh dongle attached to my computer, but don't know how to get audio drivers installed.

Help?

Thank you.

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Reply # 36516 25-May-2006 06:37
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Welcome to Geekzone... Assuming you have an audio-capable Bluetooth adapter on your PC you should not need to install any audio drivers, the Bluetooth software will do this for you.

However, you have to install the software that came with the adapter, since the Windows default drivers do not support audio.

After the adapter is installed you have to pair the devices and connect. A beep on you headset will indicate the connection attempt. Press the "Answer" button on the headset to accept the connection.





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