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Florin Briceanu

Problema Bluetooth Laptop Lenovo B590

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Buna ziua! Am o problema cu bluetooth-ul la al meu laptop. Prima data cand l-am achizitionat (acum un an jumatate) mi-am instalat windows 8 si a mers bluetooth-ul. Apoi am trecut la windows 8.1 si nu am mai instalat driver-ul pentru ca nu aveam nevoie (desi stiu ca se instaleaza in mod implicit acel driver generic, nu am dat atentie sa vad daca exista sau nu). Intre timp mi-am instalat Windows 7, iar acum sunt din nou pe 8.1 si am observat ca nu imi detecteaza bluetooth-ul. Din cate tin eu minte, firma producatoare este Broadcom. Dar am instalat drivere si de la intel si de la atheros si acel driver generic si nimic, la toate aceeasi eroare "nu s-a detectat device-ul". Am intrat in BIOS si am vazut ca este setat pe "Enabled". Din ce am citit pe net, unii spuneau ca este de la windows. Mi-am instalat si Windows 7 sa vad daca merge, dar degeaba. Eu inca sper ca nu este o problema fizica, ci mai degraba legata de soft (nu vreau sa ajung cu el in service) si ca o sa gasesc o solutie pana la urma. Nu am nevoie urgenta de el, dar imi sta pe creier faptul ca nu merge. Astept sugestii si multumesc pentru timpul acordat citirii acestei mici probleme.

 

 

 

 

P.S. sper ca e sectiunea buna, daca nu, rog frumos un moderator sa il mute in locul adecvat. Am dat si un search aici pe forum inainte sa postez, sa fiu sigur ca nu s-a mai discutat problema.

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ai zis ca ai incercat pe windows8 si acolo a mers. Ai incercat iarasi pe windows8?

 

App, din cate stiu nu exista asa ceva dar.. laptopul nu are buton de a opri bluetoothul? Nush cum e cu ala (al meu nare) dar la wireless deobicei e un buton fizic (sau Fn+F12 sau ceva de genu) care il opreste.


apare bluetooth aici:

http://www.reviversoft.com/blog/2012/10/turn-on-and-off-bluetooth-in-windows-8/

?

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Pe windows 8 nu am mai incercat. Exista o combinatie de taste: Fn + F5 care activeaza/dezactiveaza comunicatia wireless. In cazul meu are effect doar asupra wireless-ului. Nu imi apare bluetooth-ul acolo. O sa incerc si pe windows 8, sa vad daca merge si revin cu un comentariu, Daca nici acolo nu merge, il duc in service pentru ca alta solutie nu vad. Multumesc pentru timpul acordat!

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Nu apare. Nici macar la unkonw divices nu imi apare nimic. Pe mine ma induce in eroare faptul ca in BIOS la I/O devices (sau ceva de genul, imi apar acolo si wireless-ul si altele) imi apare Bluetooth si scrie enabled in dreptul lui. Am incercat sa il dau pe disabled, sa dau restart si apoi l-am setat iar pe enabled, dar degeaba. Ma gandesc ca daca s-ar fi ars sau s-ar fi deconectat cumva, nu ar mai fi trebuit sa apara in BIOS, nu?

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Did you check your bluetooth in device manager? Follow the path "click windows button>search bluetooth in search bar>press enter>". Here you will see bluetooth toggle button, by clicking here you can turn ON/OFF bluetooth.

If you don't find bluetooth here then it is software problem. Uninstall the current bluetooth driver and search a compatible driver.

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On 4/3/2018 at 1:25 PM, Jain Charu said:

Did you check your bluetooth in device manager? Follow the path "click windows button>search bluetooth in search bar>press enter>". Here you will see bluetooth toggle button, by clicking here you can turn ON/OFF bluetooth.

If you don't find bluetooth here then it is software problem. Uninstall the current bluetooth driver and search a compatible driver.

Hi Jain,

I need some help regarding bluetooth in windows 10. My laptop has a button to turn ON/OFF bluetooth but sometimes it does not work, that's i need any windows shortcut keys to directly turn ON/OFF bluetooth without using button. Is it possible?

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Gerry,

By "sometimes" what do you mean exactly? That sometimes it does work, sometimes it doesn't when you push it? If this is the case, it's a hardware issue (Broken button, faulty Bluetooth chip, cables misaligned etc). 

Also, let us know what's the producer of your laptop and what series (e.g Lenovo s10e, or Acer Aspire E15 series, or whatever).

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