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Blue Screen Again
Posts: 5
Registered: ‎05-25-2010
Location: Germany
Message 11 of 12 (1,923 Views)

Re: bluetooth

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I found out something new. At least in my case, it doesn't seem to be a faulty Bluetooth-device at all. I found someone with a R60, which has the same BT-module. I exchanged the modules and mine DID WORK in the R60, while installing its module in my Z60m made no difference whatsoever.

Do I have to conclude, that the wiring of the BT-module in my machine is faulty? Or could it still be a software issue?


I really would appreciate a Lenovo staff statement.


Luther Sloan

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What's DOS?
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎08-21-2011
Location: Srbija
Message 12 of 12 (1,611 Views)

Re: bluetooth

OK, try this solution. I had same problem, then I found this solution, and now works fine.


1. Download and install driver for bluetooth from Lenovo(Bluetooth with Enhanced Data Rate Software II for your OS)

2. Press Fn + F5 function keys on your keyboard, small window will appear, enable bluetooth if is not

3. Check the firewall settings since the Bluetooth failure can possibly be caused by the firewall restrictions. Disable      firewall, if necessary.

4. Restart computer.

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