I have the same M Vista x64 , and in the BlueTooth “properties”, under the Audio section there is a specific “Skype” checkbox. Is there anything I’m missing, here? I know next-to-nothing about Vista, except that it’s apparently a royal pain. I just wanted to post here, for the future reference of anyone who might come across this — the problem was never really resolved. I’ve tried rebooting, deleting and re-pairing the device, invoking various gods, all to no avail. Not sure of that makes sense.
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I just wanted to post here, for the future reference of anyone who might come across this — the problem was never really resolved. I’ve got the same headset for using with Skype. The ultimate solution is that the machine is going to get sent back to Dell, and will be replaced by one running XP.
I did install the Bluetooth stack available from the http: The Vista thing was sort of an experiment to see if it was ready for prime time within their company — verdict is pretty clearly ‘no.
Hours have been spent with Dell Support trying to fix that problem, also to no avail. Is there anything I’m missing, here? I have the same M Vista x64and in the BlueTooth “properties”, under the Audio section there is a specific “Skype” checkbox.
Not sure of that makes sense. I know next-to-nothing about Vista, except that it’s apparently a royal pain. In attempting to replace the Bluetooth stack, somehow the entire audio subsystem stopped working so, no sound.
The only way I got it working was the use the BlueSoleil program to actually begin the “headset pair” with the computer, which then made it show up in Skype. The “Bluetooth Hands-free Audio” device appears in Device Manager and claims to be working properly; it’s also using what Windows says is the latest driver from Broadcom 6. I can pair the headset with the machine, but it always reports itself as “Disconnected” in the ‘Audio’ tab of ‘Bluetooth Devices.
Once I paired it, the audio seemed to basically just work after I set it in Skype’s options. I’m under a very tight time crunch, so one that I could acquire in the DC Metro area on a Sunday afternoon would be preferred.
Or is this combination just broken? Unfortunately, she just got stuck with a Vista machine, and I can’t get it to work.
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I’ve found a few other people reporting problems getting BT headsets to work under Vista, but no solutions. Where can I buy or commission Men’s knitted I’m not averse to spending money if that’s what it takes unfortunately solutions involving a new laptop, or down upgrading this one to XP, aren’t practical given the time I have left.
I’ve done this without problems on my Windows laptop, which runs XP. This thread is closed to new comments.
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Alternately, does anyone out there have a Bluetooth headset that works under Vista that they’d like to recommend? I’ve tried h7000, deleting and re-pairing the device, invoking various gods, all to no avail. Admittedly – I don’t use Skype, or have a Bluetooth headset, but you may want to check-out the Dell Driver’s section to a Mspecific “stack”.