Older or malfunctioning Bluetooth hardware may be the source of the problem.
It also possible the two devices are using incompatible hardware, even though it's standard is supposed to prevent this!
Try another more current hardware (on either end) to see if the problem disappears.
FaultWire Staff Posted: 12-Mar-2010
Get the Latest Drivers
Check if you are using the latest Bluetooth drivers. There have been many revisions to these drivers.
You can use a product like Driver Genius or Radar Sync to verify you have the latest drivers and help keep all your drivers up-to-date. If you're comfortable with driver installations, you can individually find and install current drivers.
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