Bluetooth connection process cannot access the file

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Hi!

After the successful installation of my blue tooth software I receive an error message whenever I try to transfer the file. The error is: C:ProgramDataWildTangetfateundiscoveredrealmsPersisientConfig.dat’ because it is being used by another process.

Please suggest me how to handle this problem as soon as possible.

Thanks in advance.

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Answered By 90 points N/A #173658

Bluetooth connection process cannot access the file

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Hi there

you can overcome this problem in very easy way.

1st Navigate to the error path “C:ProgramDataWildTangetfateundiscoveredrealmsPersisientConfig.dat’ “ and make a copy of Config.dat and delete it from that path. Now open Bluetooth and try transfer file

2nd If the above method does not work. Open the Bluetooth software and change the path of the file transferring place

Best of luck

Taylor B Campos

Thank You..!!

Answered By 40 points N/A #173657

Bluetooth connection process cannot access the file

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Thank you Richard M Dingman for your query.

Would you please reinstall the windows software in your computer.

I have some other suggestion for you to diminish the problem which you encountered.

You can follow the following steps to work swiftly in Bluetooth. Read the following instructions please-

https://www.digitalcitizen.life/transfer-files-between-devices-your-windows-7-pc-bluetooth?utm_source=7tutorials.com&utm_medium=redirect&utm_campaign=7_Tutorials_Redirect

Answered By 577940 points N/A #314820

Bluetooth connection process cannot access the file

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If you just installed your Bluetooth driver when you receive the error, you need to restart your computer to complete the installation. After booting, try transferring files with Bluetooth then see if it works. If the same error appears, the culprit is probably your antivirus. To verify if it is the antivirus causing the error, try to disable your antivirus temporarily then try transferring files again using Bluetooth.

See if this works. If this works, you need to exclude your Bluetooth software from your antivirus by adding it to the exclusions list. To do this, on your antivirus or internet security, go to “Settings” then navigate to the real-time protection settings. Look for “Exclusions” or something similar and add your Bluetooth software. This should exclude the program from getting scanned by your antivirus.

See if this works.

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