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Support Bluetooth peripheral driver missing

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by minibee041, Jun 15, 2010.

  1. minibee041

    minibee041 Newbie
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    Tried connecting my bluetooth today to give a presentation using PPT Remote, but the computer has said that the peripheral driver is missing and I cannot use it as a paired device. It has discovered my N1 but won't connect. Any ideas? :eek:
     

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  2. minibee041

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    Ok, really annoying now. I removed the device (N1) from my Pc in an attempt to reconnect. Everytime my PC asks me to enter the pairing code the N1 pops up the window but as soon as I touch the text input field it shuts it down saying there was a problem connnecting!!

    Help! Now....where is that frustration emoticon
     
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    You probably need to install the correct peripheral driver for your bluetooth device. That might be the reason why your computer is having problem connecting with your N1. You can use the driver search tool at driversdownloadhub.com to search for the appropriate device, compatible with your OS.
     
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