How to get bluetooth USB host controller for Mac.

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I'm using 20" Aluminum iMac and I have the problem with installing bluetooth usb host controller for mac while Leopard running with XP on Fusion. I plugged in the dongle to usb to get it through built-in iMac bluetooth, XP found it, but couldn’t install because no drivers were found. I am planning to buy the Leopard DVD to get Boot Camp drivers from it as I have heard it is the solution. However, are there any other ways to get my Bluetooth working with XP under Fusion?

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Best Answer by Michael B Rodgers
Answered By 40 points N/A #166481

How to get bluetooth USB host controller for Mac.

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Hello,

I found some drivers which will work for you.  Just go to this link:  http://www.driveridentifier.com/download.php and download the drivers.  After the download is complete, run the downloaded installation file.  After installation is complete, reboot your computer and on boot you'll get dialog which asks you for some input.  After the wizard has finished its job your setup is complete. 

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Answered By 40 points N/A #166482

How to get bluetooth USB host controller for Mac.

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Hello Maurice,

It looks like you are looking for an USB host controller for your iMac. Occasionally the Bluetooth process can decide it doesn't want to connect to any devices. Turning Bluetooth off means you can't re-enable, but with Bluetooth Explorer, you can force it to do so. You can visit the following link and can download a driver

http://www.driveridentifier.com/download.php

Then start up the application using this path, Applications/Utilities/Bluetooth/, and you will get a message about turning on the controller. Once it's started, go to the 'Utilities' menu and select 'HCI Controller Selector'.

I hope this helps.

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