Ever since I bought a BlueTooth adapter (in order to transfer images from my mobile to laptop)I had problems with it, so I decided to get rid of the thing. The only trouble is, while I was uninstalling it, the uninstallation found itself corrupted and cancelled, which in turn required my laptop to perform a "physical memory dump" (i think this is what it's called: my screen had a thick black border, a blue square in the center and in the square, it had white writing...technical stuff I don't know what, and there was a percentage complete thing which was gradually rising.) Anyway...I turned my laptop off and on again, and upon entering my password, a warning/error message popped up telling me BlueTray.exe failed to open because libexpat.dll could not be found, and it tells me to try reinstalling the software. However, I don't have the software! It does it every time I switch on my laptop now. I have looked online at drivers to re-install etc. but I don't really know what I'm doing and would not want to mess it up more. All I want is to get rid of the entire program. I've been told that I need to delete the entire thing out of my registry, but again, I wouldn't want to go poking around in things I don't know.
My BlueTooth adapter basically plugs into a USB port, and from there you can send and receive files etc. It is a:
SMART Modular Technologies BlueOpal USB Adapter
Model No: 90137
FCC ID: KOC-90137
My Laptop is:
Intel® Celeron® M
504 MB of RAM
This is really the only information I have to offer, (although if you need something specific, ask and I could probably find out, or I already know and have not thought to put in) anyone who could offer me ANY information, it will be GREATLY appreciated. I know it's only a small thing, but it's VERY annoying!