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jrlt
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Unable to start bluetooth stack service

Unable to start bluetooth stack service

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Vidya
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Re: Unable to start bluetooth stack service

Please reinstall driver for Bluetooth module and this problem will be solved.

 

 

I am an HP employee.

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jrlt
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Re: Unable to start bluetooth stack service

thank you,I thought I did reinstall drivers,it states all drivers are up to date and working,I can send to bluetooth devices but can't receive even though I have comp blue tooth showing

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BtrWrld
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Re: Unable to start bluetooth stack service

I am having the same problem, Op Sys is Windows 7 64 Bit

 

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mozi
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Re: Unable to start bluetooth stack service

Each time I start my pc get the signal "  Unable to start blurtooth stack service".

Please give a detailed account.

Thanks

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HardBeatZ
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Re: Unable to start bluetooth stack service

Hello,

 

Have you tried the previous mentioned steps of uninstalling the drivers and reinstalling?

Have you recently run any registry programs?

Is this a problem that has always happened or is it a recent occurance.

What make / model computer are you using?

What operating system are you using?

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jrlt
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Re: Unable to start bluetooth stack service

HP-H8-1160t

windows 7 prp 64 bit
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Re: Unable to start bluetooth stack service

Hello jrlt,

 

The users on the forums who provide their time to help other users do so because they enjoy doing it. However, in order for all that to work good two way communication has to happen between all parties involved.

 

Please reread my previous post and provide the information I am looking for as some of the points may be very valid as to what is going on with your machine.

 

Any extra details you can povide will always be more beneficial. The more we know the more we can help you, if I go in blind trying to help you, we may not get very far.

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Re: Unable to start bluetooth stack service

I am also having this error message.  I did a registry cleanup yesterday, and today got the error message.  Windows 7 Professional 64-bit on an hp elitebook 8560w

I do not know how to uninstall and reinstall the drivers.

Any help you can provide is appreciated!

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Re: Unable to start bluetooth stack service

Hello nanajana,

 

I would avoid using registry cleaners whenever possible. Read here

The risks of using registry cleaners

 

With that being said your computer creates restore points on the system, have you tried rolling back to a previous restore point to see if the problem persists?

 

System Restore

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