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Bluetooth Problems


Taurus

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Hi everyone, I have a little problem with connecting my PCs by Bluetooth; I have two desktops and a laptop and a number of other devices (2 phones, a GPS and a PDA) I have recently aquired three Bluetooth dongles to enable the three PCs but despite the PCs being able to detect each other they will not connect (I get an error code and a message saying that they wont onnect but no option to authenticate or pair). All three PCs will connect correctly to the other devices and vice versa but not with each other. Is it indeed possible to connect PC to PC or am I flogging a dead horse? Any help would be much appreciated.

Dave

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gengiscant

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Before you start, make sure: 1) Both comps have bluetooth set to ON 2) Both comps is discoverable to bluetooth devices (settings)

Okay. First, start off by Right-clicking your bluetooth icon at the taskbar. Next, point cursor at Quick Connect then select Network Access then search for the desired device to be connected.

More here: Bluetooth

And this: Connect

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