08-19-2009 11:33 PM
Ok I suspect I am being dense but I have had bluetooth working happilly enough for long enough and the other day I disabled it via the taskbar icon and thought i could eaily re-enable it later...
Well I know somewhereoin the depths of this OS there is something to re-enable it but I am blowed if I can find it...
This is driving me nuts ..I've been all through control panel / BIOS settings ..everything...and getting nowehere....
05-11-2010 08:06 AM
I had the same issue on my x200 tablet win 7 64bit professional.
Windows 7 stupid wouldnt even list in device manager.
This morning I had to restore it to Vista (Factory Condition) Launch thinkvantage toolbox > enable wireless > power on bluetooth.
I did the same to switch it off using lenovo thinkvantage toolbax in win 7 then it dis-appeared.
I will put my win 7 hdd back in again to check if it's working
05-12-2010 02:38 AM
My fix here was unusual to say the least - I had a Win7 HDD and a Vista factory built HDD - I resolved it by putting my Vista HDD in booting it up ... then putting my Win 7 HDD back in and it saw it... something somehow disabled it and by re-enabling it with the original factory shipped disk it was fine..
I have no idea at all how it fixed it...
09-30-2011 02:37 PM
I am having the same issues with the Fn F5 program to enable disable the Wireless. Once disabled my WiFi never came back on.
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09-27-2014 05:08 PM
Check in the BIOS and make sure the BlueTooth is activated there. If it is not, you will never get it to work.