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I need drivers for Cambridge Silicon Radio Ltd. Bluetooth USB dongle. Can you help me to find it?

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You can find them at the dongle's manufacturer's website. – Ignacio Vazquez-Abrams May 17 '10 at 11:56

Unfortunately, CSR does not give the relevant drivers on their site anymore. According to the posts in this forum, you have not much chance. However, the questioner somehow seems to manage getting it worked. I hope this helps.

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This is the driver for the dongle.

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Sad to say but, if the BT USB dongle didn't come with a useable driver, you are most likely going to have to buy third party software. I had to buy BlueSoliel for my CSR Bluetooth USB dongle. It was $19.95 for the 6.0 version (Good for BT 2.0 and 2.1) Works great for my A2DP stereo headset and my windows mobile (HTC HyTn 2-Tilt/Kaiser) I can use the phone's data plan while surfing the web on my desktop using a Local Area Connection (Port 5.) It does not work well for my headset's hands free functionality though, likely due to all the "noise" with the cordless phones and wi-fi around here, (All using the 2.4GHz frequency range.)

Next time buy the more expensive BT dongle, (the higher price generally includes working drivers. LOL)

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I believe this should be considered as a comment, rather than answer to the question. – Nikola Petkanski Mar 6 '13 at 8:06

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