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Unread 02-11-2014, 02:28 AM   #1
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Bluetooth Problem-Windows7

Hi,

I pair my Plantronics Calisto Pro Bluetooth Headset to my desktop computer (Windows 7 x64), and it showed that everything is OK but when I tried to use, it doesn't work.
When I press icon of sound on the taskbar and I go to Playback or Recording there is there Bluetooth Hands-free Audio but is Disconnected, and I don't have any idea how to connect this and make to work.
Can someone help me to solve this problem? I will really appreciate any help.
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I did everything like supposed to be. I attached few images to show my situation.


Like you see everything looks OK, but when I try (1 pic)to press Control for Calisto, nothing will happen and when I try to press Connect for Bluetooth nothing happened too (5 pic).

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Re: Bluetooth Problem-Windows7

Hi,
Yesterday I bought USB BT400 Adapter.
I started everything from beginning and there is exactly the same situation. Nothing changed. If you look to the picture, everything is pair and installed and when I ask them, they said that was something wrong with Windows configuration (not 100%).
Point is that they didn't have any clue what is wrong.
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I didn't mention that before when I installed USB Bluetooth Adapter, and I pair my device in the Playback and Recording devices when I tried to connect it worked for very short time and after this somehow disconnected by itself.
I don't know if I explain well what's happened, but if you want to ask something to make clear, please don't hesitate.
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Maybe it's a range/signal issue? What distance do you have between headset and receiver? What metal objects are in between? (any metal object can affect radio signals of any kind, thanks to induction)

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