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Can you post your solution so others can learn from your experience? Click the name of the Bluetooth device in the list that opens to connect the device to your Acer notebook. Press the “Discoverable” or “Pairing” button on the Bluetooth device.
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Ashutosh – Nov 2, at I went and found them on the manufacturer’s site don’t get it from other sites as I tried to install a newer version from another site that forced me to system restore. About the Author Jaime Avelar is a professional writer whose programming articles appear on various websites. Try to click search button at the box.
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Follow the online directions for driver installation. Lost May 4, at I just pluged in my dongle and use it that way for now. Your Acer will search for available Bluetooth devices in range of the computer.
Most Acer laptops come with Bluetooth, but older models may not have the drivers installed. Thanks a lot, its really working. Knowing how to enable and use Bluetooth on your Acer laptop can save you time when synchronizing with other devices that have Bluetooth capabilities.
He has been a software programmer since But before that, make sure the device’s bluetooth eg. Dabraji – Apr 19, at HANZ – May 24, at Windows Ask a question Report. Report Respond to sonnyz. Brought to you by Techwalla.
A Bluetooth device connected with your Acer notebook is capable of sending data between your business computer and the wireless device. View all 26 comments. Select the “Driver” tab.
Use the bluetooth antenna on your Acer laptop to control additional devices wirelessly. Rate CCM users have said thank you to us this bluetootg.
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How to Set Up a Bluetooth Device on an Acer Notebook
Is there a trouble shooter or something like that for bluetooth? Not every computer uses Fn F3 for Bluetooth.
Rian – Aug 13, at