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    Bluetooth driver for windows 7

    by chalessmith ·

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    when i am trying to install Bluetooth driver for windows 7 (BT_21.40.5_32_Win7) i am getting an error.
    ( The procedure entry point SetDefaultDllDirectories could not be located in the dynamic link KERNAL32.dll)

    How to fix this problem..

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    • #2419990

      Need more information…..

      by birdmantd ·

      In reply to Bluetooth driver for windows 7

      What type of device are you using (laptop or desktop) ? What do you want to connect using Bluetooth ? Have you previously used Bluetooth with the computer and the other device ? Have you reached out to the manufacturers of both devices ? Until you clarify more, not likely to get much help.

      • #2419888

        Bluetooth driver for windows 7

        by chalessmith ·

        In reply to Need more information…..

        I am using the desktop(Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-3220 CPU @ 3.30GHz, 64-bit operating System, Service pack-1), previously I used it after formatting the pc, I am trying Bluetooth. I tried every possible way from the internet (google) and youtube but failed.
        How to get Bluetooth driver for windows 7.
        or
        How to resolve this error: The procedure entry point SetDefaultDllDirectories could not be located in the dynamic link KERNAL32.dll

        • #2419887

          “64-bit operating System”

          by proffitt ·

          In reply to Bluetooth driver for windows 7

          “BT_21.40.5_32_Win7”

          That’s the wrong driver package. Do you see it now?

        • #2419880

          Bluetooth driver for windows 7

          by chalessmith ·

          In reply to Bluetooth driver for windows 7

          Somehow I have solved the error: The procedure entry point SetDefaultDllDirectories could not be located in the dynamic link KERNAL32.dll.

          But now a new issue has been created – Error: The Installation XML file is either missing or corrupted. The setup application will exit!

          All of you are requested to help me in fixing this.
          Due to covid-19, it is very difficult to come and spend money. I’m in the interior of a village right now so asking for help.

          If I do not get help, I will think of going to the city from where I have bought the product.
          thank you |

        • #2419879

          Re: bluetooth

          by kees_b ·

          In reply to Bluetooth driver for windows 7

          Going back to the city (shop?) where you bought that driver or that desktop (that are the only products you mentioned in your posts) seems a good idea. They might be able to help better than we can.

        • #2419878

          With details, we can see one issue.

          by proffitt ·

          In reply to Bluetooth driver for windows 7

          But I can’t tell if you found the right driver. Trying to install a 32 bit driver on Windows 7 SP1 64 Bit OS will hit issue after issue.

          -> My advice is to know what Bluetooth device you have, be sure your Windows 7 has SP1 and the other patches then get the 64 bit driver for your still unknown make and model Bluetooth adapter.

          All this here would NEVER be done. The client would be supplied a plug and play USB Bluetooth dongle and be charged about 20 USD. To work a driver issue would start at about 75 USD and go up from there!

    • #2419987

      Re: driver

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to Bluetooth driver for windows 7

      Are you sure it’s kernal, not kernel?

      https://www.google.com/search?q=SetDefaultDllDirectories+error might find a solution.

    • #2419938

      BT_21.40.5_32_Win7 is only for some Intel Bluetooth hardware.

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to Bluetooth driver for windows 7

      I’m running into folk that want to install said driver but don’t know what their Bluetooth hardware is.

      From memory this version DEMANDS not only Intel hardware but Windows 7 be up to date with SP1 and other updates along with current BIOS and system drivers.

      I’m finding this is often too much to ask of everyday users so we take such into the office/shop to sort it all out.

      That can be expensive so my advice is to spend 10 bucks or less on a ready to use Windows 7 SP1 compatible USB Bluetooth adapter that uses Windows 7 SP1’s native Bluetooth drivers.

    • #2419922

      Re: driver

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to Bluetooth driver for windows 7

      Why do you think this is the exact driver you need?
      Where does it come from?
      What does the tech support of the maker of the dongle say about this issue?

      If all else fails, consider upgrading to Windows 10. It’s free.

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