Thursday, January 17, 2013

Steps To Remove Windows Bluetooth

Microsoft’s popular Windows operating systems come with preinstalled drivers to support various Bluetooth Devices. Besides this, enormous numbers of third party drivers are available in the market, which offers high transferring speed than the Windows drivers.
For adding a Bluetooth device to your system, you need to select the Add Bluetooth Device option from the Bluetooth window.
In order to configure a new Bluetooth connection, you need to access the Bluetooth devices option from the control panel home window of your system.
After installing any third party drivers that is meant to support Bluetooth devices, it’s wise to remove Bluetooth Wireless support in the Windows operating system. You can follow the below instructions from the Windows support crew for disabling Bluetooth Wireless support in your Windows XP computer system.
First of all turn on your Windows XP computer system.
Now bring on the start menu by hitting the Windows start button that is located on the lower left corner of your windows desktop screen.
Then you need to choose the run option from the start menu. This displays a new run dialogue box.
Type sysdm.cpl in the box followed by hitting the OK button next to it.
Tag along the Hardware tab and then choose the device manager option.
Next, click on the + sign that appears next to the Bluetooth radio option.
Right-click on the each device listed beneath Bluetooth Radios. Once you select a device from the list, trigger the uninstall button next to the particular device followed by hitting the OK button.
Then you can close the device manager window and after that trigger the OK button.
Now you need to find the file Windows\Inf on your system hard disk drive.
Once you locate the above file, select the file Bth.inf and rename the file as Bth.inf.old. Similarly, rename the file Bth.pnf as Bth.pnf.old.
Once you finish changing the name of the files, reboot your system. Now you have successfully removed the Windows Bluetooth Wireless Support from your Windows XP system.
The above instructions are designed to work with Windows XP operating system, if you have any other versions of Windows operating system such as Windows 7, Windows Vista installed on your system then there is a slight change in the steps. To avail more information, call up the Windows Support team. Thank you!

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