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Enabline A2DP/AVRCP in Vista (Dell Inspiron 1720

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I'm very new to bluetooth.

My computer detects my system but will not actually connect to it. I've been googling for over four hours trying to find something pointing me in the direction to figure this out. I've tried installing software but Vista is telling me I cannot instal it because my system does not support the device even though it says in my device manager that I have broadcom - or something. Geesh. I usually can figure anything out on my computer myself - but I've never used anything bluetooth before. I really would like to be able to use my speaker system.

Help? I've read that Vista has disabled the A2DP - how the heck does one enable it - or something!!!
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