Lenovo T500 And Bluetooth
My bluetooth was working ok at vista, now I reinstalled the system for Windows 7 (64 bit). When I try to add a new device, it does not find any. I installed the BT drivers from lenovo for windows 7. BT is always on. What can be wrong? any help please?
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