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Problems Connecting Bluetooth Headset to Computer

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I am having trouble connecting my H500 Motorola Bluetooth Headset to a computer.
I have tried it on several different computers, with the result the same on all of them. The computers are all running Windows XP Professional, SP2, and none of them have built in Bluetooth capabilities.

I have tried connecting the headset with the help of a dongle unsuccessfully. The computer seems to find the headset, but is unable to offer me any services for the headset.

I would very much appreciate if you could help me (having had very successful help from you in the past on various other topics).
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There site states

# Features: Compatible with Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones, PCs,

I'm still searching for a way to do it.

EDIT: Looks like you need a dongle/usb enabled bluetooth for the computer before you can have it work.

Bluetooth is for moile devices only not for land lines, you can buy usb blutooth devices from argos, then you can comunicate with your mobile phone from the pc and to the pc with phone.

And check out this link.

Edited by 123Runner, 30 December 2007 - 11:09 AM.

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