device driver Bluetooth for windows 7 64-bit sony vaio

Hello

I need device driver bluetooth for windows 7 64 bit for sony vaio

device driver Bluetooth for windows 7 64-bit sony vaio

Please help me

-Nicolas

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After spending an obscene amount of time researching this Bluetooth stupid nonsense this week, I finally opted for a solution.

This is how to solve the "Bluetooth peripheral device is not a driver:
I use the following materials in a dozen different tests:
-Only for Broadcom based on USB from Belkin and Targus dongles
-Windows 7 Professional 64-bit on four different computers
-4 different Bluetooth headphones: Plantronics One, a matrix and two Motorola
-Bluetooth file transfer wasn't of interest, but I tested with two different phones
This guide will be useful for those with similar... hardware configurations and for those who have tried all the other nonsense without result.  Especially that many times repeated "Just install Windows Mobile Device Manager."
-- -- --
Step 1: Ignore 99% of you think that you have learned about this problem.
It will be * probably * boil down to a missing COM port.
Step 2: Certainly ignore the bit about installing the Windows Mobile Device Center
(Unless you have a Windows Mobile-based phone and/or have another use for a flavor of Windows 7 of Activesync).
Step 3: Stop looking for a driver for something called a "Bluetooth device device.
There is no such thing. If you look at the Bluetooth installation take place, you will notice that all the components of the Bluetooth technology initially as "Bluetooth Peripheral Device" and then once Windows ID each element, the appropriate driver is installed and the name replaces "Bluetooth Peripheral Device" to something like "Hands-free Bluetooth Audio" or "Bluetooth Remote Control" etc.
-- -- --
Unfortunately, most of the people reading this will have tried one or more of the following:
1.) install this stupid Windows Mobile Device Center
2.) install any number of drivers Bluetooth who-knows-what from who knows where
(3.) running all kinds of utilities third driver
4.), forcing several facilities from pilot to operate in Win98, XP or Vista
5.) sacrificing countless animals
The end result is a plethora of useless software and/or driver and/or updates... facilities and some dead animals.
-- -- --
Instead, here is the solution.  I tested it with three different USB Dongles (2 Belkin and Targus 1) and on four different machines: HP, Sony, Toshiba and another HP. Two were newly not framed with Windows 7 Professional 64-bit and two have been upgraded to Vista to the same OS.
With each machine, I plugged the following helmets: a legend of Voyager from Plantronics, Motorola S9, Motorola S805 and matrix AF62 and a Samsung S3 and an HTC Android.
So I guess it's fair to say that it is a solution for one of these dongles... but in reality, most based on Broadcomm USB dongles is affected. I ran across these stages in four different boxes after checking that the beast ""Bluetooth peripheral device is not a driver " "
appeared during installation.
1.) If you did any of the unsuccessful steps mentioned above, enter the control panel and delete everything that you have installed.  Kill all the entries Broadcomm or Widcomm bluetooth. Delete all 3 rd-party driver maintenance apps. Restart a machine clean.
2.) locate and install a Broadcomm 6.0.1.6300 OR 6.2.1.500 driver.  Either one works, but the last (most recent) has much better management tools for Bluetooth device
.  I tested the installation of separately and also starting with 6.0.1.6300 and then upgrade to 6.2.1.500.
(Ignore the stupid Updater Driver Broadcomm they grow to their website - it is useless for the majority of us out there.)
(3.) that you install one of the above, you will see a notification regarding the installation of the various components.  Click this pop-up window and watch the progress.  You will see that each "Bluetooth Peripheral Device" Gets a new name, as the related driver is installed.  In my tens + tests, each & every item at this point got the green check mark of success.
4.) now attempt to pair the device of your choice
.  IF only the manufacturer provides separate drivers, do not install them again, regardless of their instructions.  See how Windows gets its own.
5.) as soon as the match starts, you will see more notifications for individual driver components.  Click on one of them and observe a similar progression... Except that you will have a ""Bluetooth Device device ' with the dreaded Red X and the complaint that no driver was found. "
6.) do not despair
! This happens the first time connect you a new Bluetooth device.
7.) wait for the installation to complete.  Despite the dialog box display the list of components of Bluetooth with a red X, you probably have another window saying that the perfectly paired Bluetooth device.  But you and I know that he didn't. Confidently click to close this dialog box.
8.) open Device Manager (via the Control Panel, the computer properties), and you will discover that cursed Device Bluetooth that is sitting there in the Middle under 'other devices '.
9.) right click on the Bluetooth device with the yellow exclamation mark under 'Other devices' and select 'Update Driver' - then:
Click on:
a.) browse my computer for driver software
(b) let me pick from a list of device on my computer drivers
(c.) in the common hardware types list, select:
--->>> Ports (COM & LPT)<>
d.) d.) under manufacturer, select Microsoft
e.) depending on the model, choose "Standard Serial over Bluetooth Link" & click "next".
f.) when you are prompted with the update driver warning, click 'yes '.
g.) with joy to read the message that "Windows has updated the driver software.
(h.) read for pleasure, and then click "close".
(i.) to confirm that this disorder is really fixed (assuming compatible devices, etc.) Right-click on the Bluetooth device and choose "Troubleshoot" - that there should be no reported problem.
10.) you shouldn't have to restart, but you POURRIEZ have need spend the power of your Bluetooth device Off & turn it on again to let it reconnect again (just NOT re-pair... re - connect). About a dozen tests, I had only to do once, and it was with a 3-year-old-Bluetooth headset.
-- -- --
I have argued my way in the solution by installing on a Vista machine where everything worked perfectly.  After the installation of various devices under Vista, I spotted the COM Port in Device Manager - which was the only element that did not appear in the installation of Windows 7... but instead remained at the dreaded 'Bluetooth Device device".
Windows Mobile thing worked only for some people because it was fundamentally address a bunch of different physical possibilities... but for those who did not have success, it's because Windows Mobile Kitchen Sink approach did not include the driver Port com
-- -- --
Voluntarily, I don't understand not all links to the drivers as one.) change links and b.) I don't want to be responsible for some knucklehead packaging site a Trojan horse in the zip file.  Let Google your friend and your instinct be your guide.
I will say that I used a 6.0.1.6300 directly from the Belkin site and a 6.2.1.500 directly from the site of the bridge.
I hope this saves people a lot of frustration.

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