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KirstyK

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Still having problems keeping my virgin media internet connection when I try to send photos etc from my mobile phone to my PC. I changed the channel from 1 to 13 but it still doesn't work. Does anyone know which channnel I need to change it to? (The mobile is a Nokia E72, the PC is Windows 7).

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wee eddie

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I assume that you are using Bluetooth from the Title of your Thread.

What Bluetooth Receiver has your PC got?

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bremner

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I do not think Bluetooth has selectable channels but Wifi does.

Could you may be trying to connect your bluetooth phone to your wifi enabled computer?

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KirstyK

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Bluetooth is built into the computer; I don't know what sort it is. How do I find that out? I only bluetooth to send photos from my mobile to my laptop. I don't use bluetooth for anything else. I use virgin media broadband all the time and it is normally OK. It is only when I send a photo via bluetooth the virgin broadband connection fails.

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bremner

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There is no correlation between your Virgin broadband and the machines Bluetooth. Click here and make sure you have set up the Bluetooth between phone and PC correctly.

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