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bluetooth missing from device manager

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i had disabled the bluetooth device hardware and now it won't show up at all in the device manager...
already checked the bios but no way to enable/disable device from even the bios; afraid it might've been deleted from the bios as well or it could've been re-written during a recent bios update...
any help would be very much appreciated..

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Post your motherboard/notebook model. Also are you using XP Pro or Home or 64bit?
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Post your motherboard/notebook model. Also are you using XP Pro or Home or 64bit?


thx for your help... but it looks like i might've already solved this one..
tried a little registry hack from the eldergeek website that forces device manager to show all devices (http://www.theelderg...ice_manager.htm)
i'm gonna try to reformat xp32 as a fresh install to see if the hack holds or if i have to keep applying this patch manually every single time...

thank you again for your quick response




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