No bluetooth found in device manager
I have dell e6400 with backlight keyboard problem is my bluetooth is not working even it is not showing device manager. please help in this regard.
Sounds like you either have some drivers or firmware issue. Try to perform a manual firmware upgrade of the Bluetooth device. Run the following program: C:\dell\drivers\R226750\R226750\Win64\svcpack\SetupBluetoothDFU.exe. The program will prompt you for a ".dfu" file which is located in the same folder C:\dell\drivers\R226750\R226750\Win64\svcpack. After updating the firmware your Bluetooth should be working again. Of course you can also get the rivers on the Dell site. hope this helps, good luck.
1. make sure bios has bluetooth enabled at 2 places under wireless category.
2. go to Dell support site & download and install bluetooth drivers for 370 minicard. This driver is located in the networks category.
3. right click on the task bar, click on properties, click on customize, find bluetooth icon and change behavior to "show icon & notification". click ok and ok again.
4. by clicking on the blurtooth icon in the task bar you can now access the bluetooth functions.
Apparently seems like your Bluetooth is either disabled from your network connections or may be there is some hard switch which turned off.
Other way is to check on your keyboard from top F1 to F12 keys if you can see a Antenna like sign on any of key then press that key by pressing Fn key together.
If the problem still persist then I would recommend you to go on your manufacturer`s website to download the latest driver and update your driver that might can help.