Can't find a Bluetooth Peripheral Driver

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Cam - Jul 21, 2010 at 01:01 PM
 jenga - Dec 12, 2012 at 04:20 PM
So I got a new Sony Vaio laptop with Windows 7 64-bit. Right out of the box, I could connect my phone and ipod touch 3g to my laptop with bluetooth flawlessly. I could listen to my ipod through my computer speakers with bluetooth, and send/recieve files with my Motorola Droid. But I woke up this morning after Windows automatically installed updates for Windows 7, and now I cant do either of the previously mentioned. my phone fails to send files every time to my computer, and my computer says it cant connect to my ipod because of a missing peripheral driver. But when I try to find and download the driver, it can't be found anywhere. Help?

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After hours or tinking around I had a brilliant idea. I went to Start, searched for "bttray", and clicked open file location. Then I right clicked on "bttray" and made it compatible for Vista. I also clicked BTStack Server, and changed it to compatible with Vista too. Then I double clicked both of them, and I guess it is working now.
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Worked Great. I have Windows 7 64-bit and making those two files compatible with Vista
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bestanswerever
Feb 16, 2011 at 08:56 AM
u knw what? I searched the whole web!!! but none worked!!! this is the best answer ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! xD thanks a real lot dude!
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@Cam
great.. it worked.. thanks dude
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Have a Motorola Droid 4 and seeing the same problem that everyone else was. Just upgraded to Windows 7. Could connect, but could not transfer files via Bluetooth. Tried the above and it worked!!

Thanks!!
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Thank you so much..:) gr8 job
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worked perfectly, thanks.
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