What can I do with Bluetooth technology on my laptop computer?
I have an Acer Aspire 3620 Notebook computer. I use the wireless connection every day.
The computer is also Bluetooth technology enabled but I have no clue what that means.
What options and features are available with Bluetooth?
What can I do with it?
The most common things would be a bluetooth mouse and blutooth headset. The mouse is nice because you don’t need to plug anything into the computer. The headset is good if you use your computer to talk, no need for wires.
Why wont my mouse cursor wont work when I plug it into my laptop?
I just bought a GFC notebook mouse that can be wireless or plug into the laptop. Its brand new and I just plugged it in but the cursor wont work. The right click, left click and scroll all work on the mouse it just wont move the cursor on my laptop. Ive restarted the computer and I installed everything it needed, why wont the cursor move? Please please help!!
Try reinstalling the drivers. Also,check the compatibility of the device with your OS.
How to add a Bluetooth mouse to HP Pavilion p6216f?
I have a Microsoft Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000 and I would like to make it work on my desktop. Is there any ways to do this? I have tried my hardest to get it to work, but it says something about Bluetooth not being supported on Windows Server or something…
That computer doesn’t appear to have Bluetooth. You can buy a USB bluetooth adapter, or get a wireless USB mouse.
Why does my USB port work with my flash drive but not the different mice I have tried?
I sent it back to Dell to get fixed. It doesn’t work any better. I have tried 2 or 3 different mice (non-wireless notebook mice for my notebook). Should I try a wireless mouse? Any ideas? I am slightly desperate because it is hard for me to do an assignment I have without a mouse.
I don’t speak computer-ese and do not understand the first answer at all.
Ok, none of that worked. I got a third mouse and it seems to be working. I tried everything possible. It was worth the $15 to have a mouse that works.
Windows XP will detect most mice but the ones it doesn’t need their own drivers. Find the model of the mouse and look up a USB driver for it on driverguide.com
Also try rebooting the PC with the mouse plugged in, that will sometimes kick in the Plug and Play hardware detection services.
The guy above is talking about the computer BIOS. Its a small program hard wired to your motherboard that allows you some control over the hardware functions of your computer. When you start up your computer it will say something like “press F2 to enter setup” or similar- could be a different key. If you press it you will enter BIOS. There will be a setting in there that disables a mouse. Could be that it is set to disabled but I would question why this was so, would have been done by the manufacture.
Have a look around it and see what you can find but make sure you don’t change anything else and if you do by accident then be sure you don’t save the settings.
When buying a new notebook computer, what are some useful accessories to buy?
I’ve already bought a smart bag with a protective section for the computer, and an HDMI cable so I can hook it up to my HDTV.
Any other suggestions?
Depends on what you want. If you are taking this computer around constantly, the fan thing is pretty useless. I just use a wireless mouse and maybe a screen distorter (so other people cant see my screen). The bags are a bit of a ripoff. Batteries are over priced too, but they are often only available through certain area.
Because you laptop has an HDMI output, it doesnt seem like a mobile notebook, more a desktop replacement.
You might want something like an external HDD, if the internal one is med-small and you dont want to rip the drive out.
At the end, save your money. Others are right. You dont need anything more then you would need for a desktop computer.
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