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    Senior Member kingkong's Avatar
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    Hi Brokencrow,

    Bluetooth in built in Sony vaio,

    You know even i was certain and needed to post this on a new thread but since the topic is broken i will like to give the details about it.

    As you told me to use fedora live(Linux).
    I used the Linux and turned the bluetooth it worked just fine.
    the same thing when i used on the Pre-Installed Windows-7 Home Basic. it says BlueTooth device not found.

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    Super Moderator: GMT Zone nihil's Avatar
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    Hi there KK please check out:

    http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/w...enabled-device

    Your Sony laptop has an inbuilt BlueTooth adapter and supports the technology, as you have already proved with the Linux boot disk.

    You need to set the device up in Windows 7.

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