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How to turn on bluetooth 4.0 on R2

Discussion in 'Alienware 18 and M18x' started by Heihachi88, Jun 5, 2012.

  1. Speedy Gonzalez

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    Thanks, it says it had: Card, Wireless, INTEL2230, World Wide. But i ordered it from hidevolution.com and asked for killer 1103 upgrade... So it means where is placed killer1103 at this moment -> there was intel 2230 or there is another port for it?

    Offtopic: Gonsalez, are you using 12.5 beta 7970M modded drivers for ur 7970m's xfire?
     
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    heihachi88, when you took off the backpanel to check the wireless card, were there 3 wires hooked to the card?
     
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    Yes all 3 cables, and written Killer Wireless 1103. So i guess intel 2230 was a combo wireless card, so i am without a bluetooth right now :D When is killer1203 will be released?
     
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    What do you need BT for anyway? Have modules in both of my laptops and I never really used them, not even once.

    You can always order the module + the cable from Dell, but is it really worth it?
     

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