February 25, 2011 3 Comments
If you recently bought a Bluetooth dongle, you may have experienced significant frustration with the out of the box Windows 7 Bluetooth driver. I could not get the A2DP profiles to work and the Windows 7 wouldn’t allow me to setup local PAN connections.
So, I returned my cheap $2 dongle and bought a Kensington Bluetooth dongle with the Toshiba chipset. This dongle comes with a great set of drivers and an application to setup multiple profiles. If you have a Toshiba Bluetooth chipset you can download the drivers from here.
Unzip the x32 and x64 files and run setup.exe and enjoy the Bluetooth goodness!