Installation of Bluetooth® Drivers in Lenovo® ThinkPad SL410
How to install Bluetooth drivers in Lenovo ThinkPad SL410?
The Lenovo ThinkPad SL410 is a budget-priced 14-inch business notebook for small and medium business customers. It is equipped with an Intel Core 2 Duo processor and a dual-layer DVD/RW drive. The Lenovo ThinkPad SL410 enhances a memory capacity up to 4GB of DDR3 system memory and has up to 320GB of hard drive space. It is equipped with WiFi, optional WiMAX and Bluetooth and it also has an optionally built-in AT&T mobile broadband connection, an Ethernet LAN port, optional fingerprint reader and three USB ports. Since Lenovo ThinkPad SL410 has Bluetooth facility, it also has a Bluetooth driver installed in it. But sometimes you may not be able to secure your Bluetooth connection due to some issues with Bluetooth drivers. In such situations, you might replace your Bluetooth driver by reinstalling a new one.
Following are the tips for installing the Bluetooth drivers in Lenovo ThinkPad SL410 and the things to keep in mind while doing so:
- Search for proper driver
- Installation of Bluetooth driver
- Things to be kept in mind
Search for proper driver
Before installing the driver you need to select a compatible driver for the Bluetooth device in the Lenovo ThinkPad SL410. In order to get the details about your Bluetooth device, go to, 'Control panel' and under the 'Device manager' look for the Bluetooth device in 'Hardware' tab. Select its properties and find out the specification. After getting the details, search for the appropriate driver from the manufacturer’s website. Also have a look at the manufacturer’s website.
Installation of Bluetooth driver
If your Lenovo ThinkPad SL410 has an embedded Bluetooth wireless adapter, turn that on. If not, plug in a USB Bluetooth wireless adapter into your computer, before you start downloading. After downloading, click on the set-up file and follow the installation instructions. After the completion of installation process, in the initial 'Bluetooth Configuration Wizard', click 'Next'. Here, you can configure your Bluetooth environment. Then restart your computer.
Most important thing while installing a driver is to check the compatibility of the driver with your Bluetooth device. Also your system needs to be kept free from all the viruses and other malware programs. You need to install good antivirus software in order to remove all these viruses. Also it would help you at the time of downloading. It detects and deletes the viruses at the time of downloading without allowing them to enter your system. Also uninstall any previous Bluetooth driver installed in your system.