Did this solve your problem? Anyway, does anyone have any idea of what the “Bluetooth Peripheral Device” is used for or how to install it? Screenshot 5 – Installing drivers for new device. Bluetooth wireless technology equipment compatible with one of the supported Bluetooth stacks listed below:: Available Bluetooth technologies and their versions may not be supported by your Nokia mobile device. I don’t see why I as end-user should be financing the industry’s incompetence and failure of creating a solid technological platform for Bluetooth connectivity. Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site.

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Screenshot 5 – Installing drivers for new device.

In reply to cricfancy’s post on May 5, I don’t think it really matters, but I will remember to first install the Bluetooth dongle and with it the Microsoft Bluetooth stack next systeks I re-install Windows Vista. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.

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Unfortuneatly that might just be the only solution for me. That worked for me. I think it includes the Toshiba Bluetooth stack I think it was labeled differently thou.

Exactly what “Nokia help file” are you refering to in that message? In other words this is a very common problem, regardless of what brand or model the Bluetooth dongle is.


To check which Bluetooth stack your PC has installed: The best thing would be to re-work the whole concept or start from scratch and make a completely new one similar to it which would be even better. But the drawback with BlueSoleil is that it costs money.

Thanks for your answer! Did this solve your problem?

Bluetooth connectivity in Windows Vista

Anyway, I just wanted to add another to pictures of the Billionton Bluetooth dongl. Anyway, does anyone have any idea of what the “Bluetooth Peripheral Device” is used for or how to install it? Why isn’t it possible to edit a thread on this forum?

So I hope that someone here can help me to install this “Bluetooth Peripheral Device” thing or at least shed some light on the problem and explain what that is, what it is used for, and why I would need that.

I’m ysstems to disappoint you but no such option was available to me. Mine is inserted all the time, I never take it out of the computer. Check your Nokia mobile device user guide for further details about compatibility with the listed Bluetooth technologies. I have the same question 2. I think the reason for this is because this option is time limited.


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Even thou the “Bluetooth Peripheral Device” is not installed, I am still able to use this Bluetooth dongle to connect with my Nokia N73 and it seems to work flawlessly. Screenshot 1 – Installing drivers for new device.

I have made few websearches for this problem, bluetootg I’m obviously not the only one who have this problem. This site in other languages x.

Screenshot 6 – Installing drivers for new device. The included software does work on Windows Vista, but only barely, because it seems to be adopted primarily for Windows or XP. There is just so many problems with this technology. I remember that it was really difficult to step through the installation guide.

In reply to altair’s post on May 4, But there must have been a good reason why I stopped using it, and instead started using the built-in Bluetooth stack from Microsoft. How satisfied are you with this response? Screenshot 3 – Biklionton drivers for new device.