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how do i turn off bluetooth?

Discussion in 'HP & Compaq' started by ehmjay1, Aug 11, 2006.

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  1. ehmjay1

    ehmjay1 Notebook Enthusiast

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    I just got my new hp nc8430, and its GREAT!! I just can't figure out how to turn off the bluetooth. Oh yeah and thx to all those people that helped me get this computer, its so awesome...
     
  2. RockyM

    RockyM Notebook Consultant

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    Go into the Device Manager, hardware, choose the Bloetooth device, right click, choose "disable".
     
  3. PortaMonkey

    PortaMonkey Newbie

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    if your notebook has the wireless lan assistant, you can turn of the device without disabling the hardware.
     
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    CSTCC Newbie

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    Under network connections, is the"1394 connections" connection bluetooth?
     
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    Wrk_InProgress Notebook Enthusiast

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    No it is not. Do you have the HP Wireless Assistant installed ?

    It's the little anntenae icon located on your taskbar (far right).

    If you click on it, you can disable either the WiFI or the Bluetooth or both.
     
  6. RockyM

    RockyM Notebook Consultant

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    Won't the HP wireless assistant conflict with Windows' own wireless configuration?
    Also, which saves battery life more - turning off bluetooth using the Wireless Assistant, or disabling it from the device manager?
     
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