I have just purchased a pair of AVLabs AVL337 Bluetooth Speakers to use with my Dell Notebook. When trying to get the speakers to work, the Notebook finds the speakers but then asks for a driver disk. AVLabs did not provide a driver disk. I contacted them and they told me that the speakers did not need drivers and that the problem was with either the Dell Bluetooth module or the on-board sound in the Notebook, and that I should refer back to Dell.
My Notebook config is as follows:
Any idea where I can find the drivers I need ?
To set up your Bluetooth Speakers
1. Click the Start button, click Control Panel, click Hardware and Sound, and then click Bluetooth Devices.If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type your password or click Allow.
2. On the Devices tab, click Add to add the Bluetooth Speakers, and then follow the steps in the wizard.
The Bluetooth Speakers are connected and ready to use immediately after being added. However refer to the information from Microsoft at the following link:
In Device Manager check whether the following Sound Controllers are installed and working:
Each of the above needs a driver.
Sofu - Ok, I updated the sound and bluetooth drivers from the Dell web site, so the drivers you listed are installed. I have now managed to install the speakers without Windows asking fro a driver. I have set the default speakers to the Bluetooth speakers and have restarted my PC. But still no sound.
What happens whem you do the following?
2. Click the Audio tab, click your Bluetooth speakers and then click Connect.