03-21-2010 06:54 PM - edited 11-08-2012 09:33 AM
You are using this guide at your own risk. I don't take any responsibility for any problems.
First you need to switch On the Bluetooth module in the Windows 7 system.
Double-click the HP Wireless Assistant icon which is on the task bar and looks like this .
The Bluetooth module may appear in the HP Wireless Assistant aplication with two kinds of status.
Press once Wireless button or switch Wireless switch to the On position.
When the Bluetooth status will not change, then restart system and on startup press F10 key to enter BIOS.
System Configuration -> Built-In Device Options -> Enable/disable embedded Bluetooth® device radio
Change the ' disable ' status to ' enable 'and remember to save this setting by pressing F10 key (Save and Exit).
Not every model have option to disable / enable Bluetooth in Bios.
Click the ' Turn On ' button.
Windows 7 will start installation of built-in the system Bluetooth drivers.
If you will click theicon then you will see what kind of drivers are installing now in system.
Notfication that the installation finished with success and the Bluetooth icon appears on the task bar.
If you will click thisicon then you will see, what was installed in system.
Start installing the driver for the HP Bluetooth Module which is required for correct operation of this device by double clicking the SP54245 file.
Click ' Next '.
Select " I accept the terms in the license agreement " and choose ' Next '.
Click ' Next '.
At this moment begins unpacking of the driver which is needed for installation.
Begins installation of the driver and software for the HP Bluetooth module.
Installation finished with success.
If you will click this icon then you will see what was installed in system.
Click ' Finish ' and restart system.
03-21-2010 08:45 PM
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