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HP 600 G2
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hey HP, I have a HP Prodesk 600 G2 where I don't know where to plug in the bluetooth cable. I have tried to install the wifi card's manufacturer driver where Wi-Fi works fine but no sign of Bluetooth working.
There are 2 connector (pic as below) where i tried to plug in the Bluetooth Cable. 

I have also attached the picture of Bluetooth Cable from the Pcie wifi card along with motherboard model.

 

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@NPI 

 

What is your wifi+bluetooth combo adapter. All your images show very different thing and normally no antenna on your machine does it had wifi+BT before ? If no, you have to add antennas for new adapter. For example

 

               https://www.amazon.com.au/b?ie=UTF8&node=4913377051

 

Regards.

BH
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Hi, @NPI 

 

The BT should work when you plug the cable into the SD RDR header.

 

That header is for the optional USB SD card reader.

 

You plug it in on using the pins on the left side of the header and leave the two remaining pins exposed.

 

That would be kind of top to bottom of the header in your screenshot.

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