Issue#574: Dell Latitude E6400: Activating the bluetooth wireless switch

  • I have been trying to teather me i phone using bluetooth. When I click on the bluetooth icon, it tells me to activate the wireless switch. How do I do this?

    ⟐ Commented January 23, 2016 at 4:46 pm -0700

    0 Answers

    Sorry, your answer is too short !

  • Issue#64959: Logitech - m555b Bluetooth pairing issue with Dell Latitude E4300 running Windows 10 64 bits

    Hello, I've been using a m555b Bluetooth for more than 4 years with the same laptop: Win7, Win8, Win8.1 and now Win10 But I currently can't: after the full new installation from scratch, I'm unable to pair it. The Broadcomm "Dell 365 Bluetooth"  module works fine, I've successfully paired an iPhone 5S, a Microsoft Number Pad and an audioset. It properly detects the mouse (including brand and model), when I press the "connect" button under it. But I press the "pair" button on the Bluetooth setting panel on Windows 10, I obtain the warning box "it didn't work - please try again and check your mouse can still be detected" When I press the "close" button and make a new attempt: no further sucess. I remember having suffered such a similar issue with Win8 3 years ago. Please help me!

  • Issue#562060: Dell Latitude E6400: No bluetooth found in device manager

    I have dell e6400 with backlight keyboard problem is my bluetooth is not working even it is not showing device manager. please help in this regard. Thank you. ⟐ Answered May 3, 2016 at 3:06 am -0700

  • Issue#1100285: Dell - DELL Latitude E6400 bluetooth not showing any device in search results on windows 7

    Hi there, trying to connect using bluetooth on my dell e6400 but it isn't working. Bluetooth indicator led is on and when i scan for devices with Bluetooth, search results on windows 7 don't show any device.

  • Issue#1116731: Dell Latitude E6400: How to turn on my bluetooth?

    turning on my bluetooth is the problem

  • Issue#35840: Dell Wireless Driver for Linux (Latitude D630)

    so we are phasing out latitude d630s at one location because we are deploying windows 10 (we replaced them with dell xps 15s) and they gave them all to me (I will just wipe the drive and install windows 7 and sell most of them) so I am keeping one for myself and need the wireless drivers for Linux ( I am using porteus) here is the driver I need:

  • Issue#220875: Linux - Dell Latitude D610 DVD issue Mint 17.3

    Hello gang. I have this Dell laptop with Mint 17.3 Rosa on it It works fine But I am always wanting to tinker. I had Ubuntu on a Sony laptop and I liked it until that laptop died I was thinking about putting it on this Dell, but the DVD does not seem to work properly. I know the DVD is fine as it is what I used to install Ubuntu on the now dead machine When I put the DVD in, the icon for a music DVD pops up ( I do have the boot order set correctly as I installed Mint from a DVD) When I try booting to the DVD, it does not recognize it and goes right past it and boots from the HD Any DVD (not music) I put in it thinks its a music DVD and I cannot open it So apparenty there is something wrong with the DVD driver? Any insight? I dont really have to get this to work, all I use this for is for the internet and maybe some of the Libra office and Gimp programs and print from it and all that works just fine Just curious what could be wrong thanks

  • Issue#331660: Dell Latitude E6400: Forgot my administration password.

    How do I factory reset without password?

  • Issue#335684: Dell - Latitude 15 3550 Power Switch LED does not work

    I do have the same problem, the Latitude 3550 the power bottom dont light. can some one let us know?

  • Issue#340954: Dell - Bitlocker issue with new models Latitude E7270 E5470 E5570 and Precision 7710 , 7510

    tested the new bios and seems to resolve the bitlocker issue.

  • Issue#353822: Dell - XPS 18 Wireless Keyboard issue.

    Having a similar issue. No problems connecting with the keyboard & mouse that came with the computer - and there was no dongle. The original keyboard & mouse only work with the original computer. And when replaced a dongle is required.

  • Issue#359005: Dell - Venue 11 Pro Wireless 1538 WiFi/BT Driver Issue

    If you have access to another pc with internet connection, you can download what you need to a thumb drive. Then, put the thumb drive in the Dell Venue and do the updates from the thumb drive. Good luck with it.

  • Issue#369868: Dell - Latitude D630 No Wireless Adapter

    We have about 30 Latitude D630 laptops at my place of business. One came to me a couple of weeks ago that couldn't connect to wifi. I noticed that the wireless adapter didn't even show up under Control Panel nor Device Manager. It is the Intel 0NC293 card.

  • Issue#390724: Ubuntu - Dell Latitude E7240 / Intell Wireless 7260 REV=0x144 (rev 73) Hardware Disabled

    I've spent some time searching all over, and even though there are plenty of threads talking about "Hardware Disabled" issues with soft switches, not a lot talk about issues with an existing Physical Switch and how Network Manager mishandles this hardware on boot and on resume. My E7240 has a physical switch that is always on, but if I turn off the Wireless card (or on boot, or after suspending) Network Manager (and rfkill) report that the Hardware is Disabled. The output of rfkill when everything is working: Code: 1: phy0: Wireless LAN         Soft blocked: no         Hard blocked: no 3: dell-wifi: Wireless LAN         Soft blocked: no         Hard blocked: no 4: dell-bluetooth: Bluetooth         Soft blocked: yes         Hard blocked: no 5: nfc0: NFC         Soft blocked: no         Hard blocked: no The first t

  • Issue#391335: Bios lock Dell Latitude E6400

    Bought a used Latitude E6400 on Ebay Has a bios lock Pulled CMOS battery and left out for several hours. Any help out there?

  • Issue#455658: Dell - Deployment issue with Latitude E7470 from SCCM 2012 OSD

    When importing the driver CAB from Dell this one error happens. Maybe this is causing the problem?

  • Issue#486608: Dell - Every single one of my 20 Dell Latitude E6500, E6400, and E5500 have unresponsive and erratic

    They each have a fresh installation of windows 7 pro. The touchpad remains erratic no matter if I have the default windows driver or the dell.com provided driver for each model. Swiping your finger only sometimes moves the cursor.

  • Issue#490375: Dell - Screen goes black during Windows 8 installation on Dell Latitude E6400

    I am trying to do a clean installation of Windows 8 pro 64 bit. The problem is that when I get to the step where the installation asks to connect to a wifi, the screen suddenly goes black and then nothing happens.

  • Issue#490695: Dell - Deployment issue with Latitude E7270 from SCCM 2012 OSD

    Thankyou so much.. i've been working on this in the office for 15 hours straight trying to get this working..Was removing drivers from Boot and adding new, creating new boot wims, etc.... Ive now added the lenovo drivers to the boot.wim, and solved my issue.

  • Issue#507287: Dell - Precision M6700 wireless switch settings and Windows 10

    Hello, I took the plunge recently and updated my M6700 from Windows 7 Pro to 10 Pro. I think I finally have all the driver kinks worked out, but I have found out that Windows 10 seems to ignore the BIOS setting for the wireless switch on the side of the laptop.

  • Issue#507905: HP - Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 3160 bluetooth issue

    I just upgraded my laptop wireless adapter from "Broadcom BCM43142" to "Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 3160 802.11 ac" upon confirmed that the new card is supported from service manual.  Both latest Intel wireless and bluetooth drivers are installed (18.33.0.2 and 18.1.1611.3223 respectively). AC connection works perfectly fine; however, the bluetooth seems to be having issue here.  For pairing and maintain active connection between bluetooth device and laptop, I have to put them right next to each other literally.  Any distance more than 10cm apart, the bluetooth device will be inactive and unusable.  I don't have such problem with Broadcom which I can perform pairing and maintain active connection even a meter apart.  Does anybody face the same issue before with Intel AC 3160 bluetooth?  Or is this a hardware issue with the card itself?

  • Issue#512890: Dell - Workaround for Dell Venue Pro 11 5130 resume from sleep issue and wireless flakiness

    For the wireless issue while resuming from sleep, try wireless driver Version 3.7.2.55,A03 which was released on 6/26/2014, that should resolve. Below is link to the 32 bit driver: http://www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/04/Drivers/DriversDetails?

  • Issue#559179: weird issue with Dell N3024 switch - not supporting half duplex?

    was having an issue with some tcpip time clocks not working on our dell 3024 switches. you connect the time clock to a port on the switch, port does NOT light up, no traffic, and absolutely nothing is logged. (that bothers me more than the clock not working). plug PC into same port with same cable, BAM - light on the port, and traffic flows. these clocks work just fine on HP switches,netgear switches, but not on any of our dell N3000 series switches. worked with Dell support technician, after an hour working on the N3024, they had me connect the clock to one of the HP switches. then from looking at the port on the HP switch, it appears the time clock is connecting at half duplex, and the tech tells me the N3000 series does not support half duplex. my reply was "so you are telling me I have to replace my dell switches." him "no sir, not...

  • Issue#603717: Notebook - Dell Latitude E6400 Lid Mod

    Would it be possible to do a lid light mod, to make the rear of the panel to light up like the macbooks do? i think it would be amazing do have a light installed to back light a logo, and make the light actually be linked to battery life so that when the battery was dying it would start to shift to red, or when its charging it just strobes color until it is fully charged, then it turns solid green.

  • Issue#624227: Ubuntu - Intel Corporation Wireless 7265 - AC support - Dell latitude E7450

    Hello, I hope you are all well. I have a dell latitude E7450 with the following wifi card: "Intel Corporation Wireless 7265". Although this is an AC card, iwconfig reports "IEEE 802.11abgn". I don't currently have an AC router. Is there a way to check if the linux drivers are AC ready? Same behavior under 16.04. Code: $ lspci -nn | grep -i wireless 02:00.0 Network controller [0280]: Intel Corporation Wireless 7265 [8086:095a] (rev 59) Code: $ lsb_release -d Description:        Ubuntu 15.10 Code: $ iwconfig wlan0 wlan0    IEEE 802.11abgn  ESSID:"******"            Mode:Managed  Frequency:2.412 GHz  Access Point: ******           Bit Rate=1 Mb/s  Tx-Power=22 dBm            Retry short limit:7  RTS thr:off  Fragment thr:off           Power Management:off       &

  • Issue#658613: Dell Latitude E6400: wifi not working but wifi light always on

    wifi light is on continiously but wifi not detect

  • Issue#724533: Dell latitude E6400 bios lock out

    Hi I bought this pc from my girlfriends moms work. She doesent know the Bios password. Any help would be great. I'm running windows 10 64 bit. asset tag #GKTV0M1.Thanks  Jimmy.

  • Issue#750449: Dell - No Drives Detected Dell Latitude E6400

    Unplug the system, remove the battery and hold the power button for 30 sec. Remove and reinstall the drive. If it's then still not seen, it's toast - you'll need a new hard drive.

  • Issue#761111: Dell - Uneven backlight or screen uniformity issue on Latitude E7470

    Restart the system and press f12 key on startup - choose diagnostics. Let it run the diags and if you encounter any errors - make a note of the complete error and report the same to us. While on it, check for the discoloration or distortion.

  • Issue#790331: Dell - Latitude e6400 and SSD drive - BIOS incompatibility?

    Lol kudos to you for making this discussion alive after 5 years. Wonder how many e6400's remain in function today. Actually ocz worked but was write once after install and then it was read only. In one way dell/ocz could have marketed that flaw as a security feature.