Bluetooth, the technology which allows visitors to look like they are speaking with themselves whenever using cellphone headsets, is useful for other purposes too, including networking your laptop with Bluetooth-enabled devices like PDAs, phones and printers.
1. Turn on the wireless/Bluetooth start your laptop.
2. Click "Start," then "Control Panel," then "Network and Sharing Center" and finally "HP Wireless Assistant." The wireless devices which might be placed on your laptop are displayed. Look for "Bluetooth."
3. Click Start and try to find "Mobility." Select "Windows Mobility Center." Look under "Integrated Wireless Devices" and verify Bluetooth is on.
4. Right-click on the Bluetooth icon from the taskbar to spread out the "Bluetooth Settings" menu. Under Options, check permitting Bluetooth devices to find and get connected to laptop computer.
5. Click "Apply" and "OK." First turn on your Bluetooth device and wait for an detection and setup notification. Your device must be ready to use.
Tips & Warnings
To manually scan for Bluetooth devices, right-click the Bluetooth icon and choose "Include a Bluetooth Device."