Bluetooth adapter successfully installed, but no way of pairing

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Networking' started by sbourke, Aug 23, 2007.

  1. sbourke

    sbourke Guest

    Hi all,

    Hope someone can help me with my problem. I have recently upgraded to
    Windows Vista. Previously, I had been running Windows XP with my Logitech
    bluetooth keyboard and mouse combo (MX5000) which paired to my computer using
    an external D-Link bluetooth hub/dongle, DBT-122. I was using the D-Link hub
    as the original logitech hub had been damaged and had had no problems with
    this setup in XP. When Vista recognised the D-Link hub, it asked for me to
    insert the original disk that came with the hub, and proceeded to
    automatically install the driver directly from the original disk. My problem
    is that the adapter shows in Device Manager, under bluetooth devices, as
    D-Link DBT-122 and status shows that the 'device is working properly'. This,
    however, is the only mention of bluetooth on my computer. I have no
    bluetooth wizard to help me pair, nor do I have any evidence of bluetooth
    software installed or any mention in my control panel. I have read that
    Vista is not compatible with bluetooth devices dealing with audio, but should
    be fine for keyboards and mice, so am at a loss. Any suggestions or advice
    would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks
     
    sbourke, Aug 23, 2007
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