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I have an acer laptop and I installed Windows xp sp2.

I want to find Bluetooth stack name in my laptop (ie) WIDCOMM/Microsoft Bluetooth stack.

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  1. Check "Add/Remove Programs".

  2. Open Device Manager (devmgmt.msc).

    • If you see a category "Bluetooth Radios" and under it a "Microsoft Bluetooth Enumerator", it's Microsoft's stack.

    • If you see "Bluetooth Devices" without the "Enumerator", it's Widcomm.

    Note: Windows Update can remove the Widcomm stack and install Microsoft, if you download the Bluetooth update.


Speaking of Windows Update... Using XP without SP3 is not the best idea.

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