I've been recommended to post my problem here since I get no reasonable answer on Audio forum.
Few day ago I bought my first Dell laptop (Inspiron 7720) and I can't make my bluetooth audiosystem (Logitech Mini Boombox) to work. I've got positive experience on Fujitsu-Siemens Amilo Xi2550 and on HP Compaq 6530b, where I had to just download another drivers for widdcomm bt adapter. I tried to do this trick o this computer, but I get only three bluetooth peripheral devices, which I can't install, because there is no driver for them. What shoud I do to make audio transfer through A2DP to work?
Bluetooth drivers are working, I am able to pair the device. Problem is in instalation of all services.
Like I said, I had a similar problem no HP Compaq 6530b. Supposedly Windows 7 don't carry support of A2DP protocol, so I found original Widdcomm drivers BTW_184.108.40.20600 and with them I've got it to work.
So on this Dell laptop, when MS drivers and Dell drivers can't work with this audio device, I tried to use Widdcomm drivers in version mentioned above and in current version of 220.127.116.111 but the result is the same, except I don't see just 3 bluetooth peripheral devices but only two and moreover there is Bluetooth Remote Control and Bluetooth Hands-free Audio. So I know, I'm on the right path but not quiet there yet.
Thank you for your replies and pardon my english.
No one here won't help me? Advices from the other thread seems to be just dead end :(