N/APosted on - 07/27/2011
I have a D630 running Vista Ultimate 32-bit with the Dell 360 Bluetooth adapter. I don't know what is going on. The adapter is turned on in the BIOS, and the wireless switch is turned on. Device manager says it is working correctly…but it isn't.
The system tray Bluetooth icon is blue with the Bluetooth symbol white. When I right-click the icon in the system tray I get the shortcut menu, but I don't have the option to "Turn Bluetooth adapter on" or "Turn Bluetooth adapter off". The Bluetooth LED above the keyboard does not light up and therefore doesn't work even though Windows says the device is functioning properly.
When I go to Network Connections and right-click the adapter and select "Diagnose" I get the following message: "Windows found a problem that cannot be repaired automatically. Contact your Internet service provider or network administrator for help or click here for information about things you can try to help resolve the problem."
If anybody has any ideas pass them on
Problems related to Dell laptop
First you have to check the internet connectivity of your laptop. Unplug the wire and check it or use another wire of internet and re-plug it and pick-up your landline set and reconnect the internet and listen to tone while you are connecting. if you are feeling any change then it means it's connecting else it's not. then go to
Start>control panel>Phone and Modem settings
and check the driver settings of internet. is it working properly and updated. now as you are sure that you are using bluetooth of your laptop then is there any driver of bluetooth. have you noticed that? try to find out. you can also check your proxy settings by clicking the icon of internet in start bar and check your IP and Physical Address etc.. is there any change then restore the previous settings or ask the network administrator of your internet provider and enter into the blanks and save it and then re-try it.