Why can't I stream from my PC? Hi,
On the product page, one of the bullets from the manufacturer says: Easy plug-and-play audio for PC, Mac and iPod/MP3 players. I can hook up my blue tooth sony mp3 player, but I can't get the adapter to work from my PC. The PC recognizes the adapter and connects, but how to I direct the stream to the adapter?
asked by JMJH on May 26, 2012
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I think it depends on the bluetooth software that's on your computer. On my Windows 7 laptop I had to find a compatible bluetooth driver since this laptop originally came installed with Windows Xp. Once I updated the driver I opened the updated bluetooth program and clicked on the audio tab in that program and set up Windows media player as default for audio and that worked for me. I had to use a bluetooth driver designed for a Toshiba laptop even though my laptop is a Dell D620 but it works and I've had no issues. Just Google bluetooth drivers for your particular PC and OS and you should be able to find a driver that works. Hope this helps.
S. Ferguson answered on July 8, 2012
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I had to buy a new bluetooth and had to uninstall all software from my pc and install the one included in the accompanying CD . After doing this my Logitech worked fine with my Pc. Now i can stream movies, music to my stereo.
Rodolfo Tacsan Ch answered on July 25, 2012
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try the widdcom bt stack it work very well
Evert Guzman answered on February 11, 2013
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