SUMMARYAfter you install Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2), a Bluetooth device that previously functioned correctly in Windows XP SP1 and that supported Bluetooth wireless devices may not function correctly. This article discusses how to troubleshoot:
• Service detection issues.
• Device detection and connectivity issues.
INTRODUCTIONThis article answers the following questions about troubleshooting your Bluetooth device after you install Windows XP SP2:
What can I do if a Bluetooth device is not detected when I add the device?
What can I do if I experience a slow connection with the Bluetooth device or the device is disconnecting?
What can I do if some of the Bluetooth devices features no longer function?
What are some things to consider if I have problems with my Personal Area Network (PAN) connections?
What are some things to consider if a Bluetooth device cannot find its associated services?
What can I do if my Bluetooth device loses its connection?