09-14-2009 10:16 AM
When I tried to install the bluetooth driver (vista 64bits) and directly from Broadcomm, both were stuck on the same place :
No Bluetooth device was detected.
Somebody knows how can I enable my bluetooth device, then install the driver?
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09-14-2009 11:55 AM - edited 09-14-2009 01:13 PM
Downloads the Windows 7 Hotkey Features. This will enable the wireless console with Fn+F5. Then you can enable bluetooth from there. Windows's built-in bluetooth drivers should work fine, maybe even with an update from WU if you're lucky.
Edit: Don't forget to download the System Interface Driver too.
01-21-2012 07:27 AM
03-31-2013 08:32 PM
yes, I had the same problem after re-imaging my x61 and installing windows 7 home premium. here it is: If your F5 key works, simply open it and click the radio button to turn on your Bluetooth. this will install the driver. If the f5 key does not work and the machine just goes to sleep when you press the f4 key, open the Lenovo Updates function by typing "update" in the start line (you won't find it in the control panel updates function). open the updates window and install most of the Lenovo updates. then re-boot. your f5 key should now work and when you open it you can turn on the bluetooth function with the radio button. This installs the driver and you should be good.
I think the key is the function buttom F5 and not your adapter so that is why it is so difficult to figure out a solution.