The 3 devices listed under bluetooth – the Alpha one is my headphones. The Bluetooth Radios – CSR Bluetooth Radio is my bluetooth dongle. The hardware ID is "473a6b1d e-b91a-f991c5a39dc3\CsrBtPort". If you receive errors when trying to install the drivers or application in steps 2 and 4, we did too the first time around. It maybe that you haven’t removed all the required software in step 1, look carefully for a Hotkey driver in the list and ensure that is removed. Make sure you have also removed Lenovo Bluetooth with Enhanced Data Rate Software and try again. If the Bluetooth drivers aren’t removed, you might not be able to install the new drivers in Step 2.
Please see the attached spreadsheet for a list of tested Stone systems or Stone motherboards for details on Windows 10 compatibility. Use the Stone driver finder to download updated drivers and/or use Windows Update to download the latest drivers post-Windows 10 installation. To safeguard your update experience, Microsoft has applied a compatibility hold on Windows 10 devices with affected drivers or firmware from being offered Windows 10, version 2004. Synaptics and Microsoft have found incompatibility issues with certain versions of drivers for Conexant or Synaptics audio devices and Windows 10, version 2004 . Windows 10 devices with affected Conexant or Synaptics audio drivers might receive a stop error with a blue screen during or after updating to Windows 10, version 2004.
In order for your new Bluetooth dongle to work correctly you will need to install some software or drivers to tell your computer how to use it. Windows XP Service Pack 2 has generic Bluetooth drivers built in to the operating system that will provide basic Bluetooth functionality but to make the most out of your dongle you will need to install specific drivers.
New versions of the operating system such as Windows 10 install the drivers themselves, virtually making the adapter a plug and play device. This, of course, proved a step too far,as far as system resilience was concerned and whilst the driver installation completed Ok, using a Bluetooth streaming source just caused a blue screen. I have several of these installed on various Windows computers. I also have different brands, but this CSR4.0 is my favorite driver and GUI software.
As the BLED112 does not use any bluetooth driver/stack installed on the computer there is no need to separately ‘pair’ the bluetooth device within the operating system. This lack of pairing also makes the BLED112 simpler to use in schools. The actual BLE scanning/connection is all carried out via the controlling software ‘behind the scenes’ – so the software will generally just prompt you when a new BLE device is found and ask if you want to connect to it. Unpack the keyboard and mouse and connect to the black USB 2.0 ports on the rear of the computer. There are also blue USB 3.0 ports which work faster with compatible devices, but usually won’t work until drivers are installed.
If these are definitely gone, try the following to install the updated Bluetooth drivers. You can download drivers for your pluggable USB adapter on the official manufacturer’s website in normal circumstances. This is where you need to select the exact version of Windows your computer is running keyboard driver so that the driver would be compatible with your adapter. You don’t normally need a driver to run a USB Bluetooth adapter. But some of the older Microsoft Windows versions will require some type of CD install for the dongle to run. You need to check if your older Windows 7 version is compatible with your desired pluggable USB adapter.
Your USB Bluetooth adapter needs to run without any drivers if you have a Windows version with all the updates installed. But how do you know if you need a driver in the first place? If your computer prompts a message that an unrecognized device has been plugged in, it’s an indication driver installation is needed. Downloading updated wireless NIC drivers from the Realtek site had apparently cured earlier wireless problems experienced on Linx W10 tablets. Works well as expected for Dell Precision M4700 laptop running windows 7 to connect with my JBL clip 2 speaker. Easy to use, plug it in after Windows has started with internet connection on and it will automatically install bluetooth driver and software. Don’t plug in before Windows starts, there’s a chance it doesn’t work.
This will then allow you to connect to other devices such as Bluetooth Headsets, Bluetooth Speakers, Photo Frames and Bluetooth Printers. If you don’t have the software disc anymore or it has been damaged, you can download the drivers from the internet. Follow the on screen prompts, and only insert the Dongle when prompted to do so. A series of yellow notification bubbles will appear by the clock as the drivers are installed. When installation is complete you will get a notification to say that the hardware has been successfully installed and is ready for use.