cliveholloway wrote:Nope - I'm in the same situation - it pairs, but with a generic driver that doesn't appear to make it visible as a sound device.
I found a similar thread about a Dell headset that recommended uninstalling the Broadcom Bluetooth and installing a Microsoft version, but nothing definite for this one.
OK, I got a little bit further...
Control Panel -> Devices & Printers -> Add Device
Added the device OK.
Right Click -> Properties -> Services - check all boxes
Find the Bluetooth icon on your taskbar:
Right click -> Open Settings -> Audio
Clicking "Bluetooth Hands-Free Audio" -> Connect appears to connect it, but I can't see it in Skype, though I did get a request for Bluetooth to access SKype.
Clicking "Bluetooth Stereo Audio" -> Connect, says "Connecting", then, after 10 seconds it says "Disconnected".
Can't get any further than that. Anyone else got further? I still can't see the device in the sound playback devices section of COntrol Panel or in Skype. Grrrrrrrrrrrrr