Bluetooth® in Toshiba® Satellite T110 Laptop
The Toshiba Satellite T110 laptop is powered by Pentium and it can be used for watching videos, creating office documents and browsing the Internet and so on. Basically it can do everything a netbook can do, but it can perform those tasks faster and better. Bluetooth devices, such as a headset or a cell phone, could be used with your computer over a wireless connection. In order to use these devices, the Bluetooth connection on your laptop needs to be turned on and active. One way to turn on the Bluetooth communications for your laptop is to enable the network connections option from the control panel.
Following details given below can provide users more information on how to turn on and off Bluetooth on Toshiba Satellite T110 laptop:
- Turning on Bluetooth
- Things to note while turning on Bluetooth
- Set up a secure network
Turning on Bluetooth
First click on the ‘Start’ and select the ‘Control Panel’ option and double click on ‘Network Connections’. Next click ‘Bluetooth Network Connection’ which can be located under ‘Personal Area Network’. Now select the ‘Enable This Network Device’ option and wait for your system to enable the Bluetooth connection. The status can transform from ‘Disabled’ to ‘Connected’. The status can be ‘Disconnected’ if there is no Bluetooth device connected to your laptop.
Things to note while turning on Bluetooth
It should be noted that while turning on the Bluetooth option using a keyboard command might turn off your wireless network adapter. If your laptop does not have a Bluetooth adapter installed, you might need to buy a USB dongle to add Bluetooth connectivity to your laptop. Also, your laptop might have a switch or a combination of keys to press on the keyboard to turn on the Bluetooth connection. You should refer to the documentation for your computer or go to the computer manufacturer's website to locate the keyboard command.
Once the Bluetooth drivers is switched on, note that the computer should not be left exposed so that unauthorized users can access the network. The system must be protected with a password or should be made undetectable to outside users. In this case, the system outside can not be permitted to access the network without entering the password. A password protected Bluetooth environment would keep out the unauthorized users.