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  • Plug in your Bluetooth receiver. The receiver fit into one of your computer's available USB ports. This will allow Plugging in the receiver before the computer to install any drivers or software needed to use the device.
  • Windows includes the basic Broadcom Bluetooth drivers required by the dongle and will install them automatically when it recognizes the new device.
  • If you’re installing it on an earlier version of Windows, you’ll need to install the Bluetooth drivers. 
  • If the Bluetooth Adapter stops working (may have an exclamation mark in device manager) - simply uninstall the device driver software. Unplug the USB Receiver. 
  • Restart the computer and once it boots into Windows - just plug the Receiver to a different USB port and Windows will reinstall the drivers again.

The illustration on the left shows what a typical USB Bluetooth Receiver looks like. 


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