Bluetooth® Drivers In Sony® VAIO JS Series
Tips to install Bluetooth Drivers in Sony VAIO JS Series
Sony VAIO JS Series is a desktop having 20.1-inch display screen with built-in webcam and microphone. It supports for 2.5GHz Intel dual core processor, 4GB DDR2 SDRAM and up to 500 GB SATA hard drive. It also supports for optical DVD drive and integrated stereo speakers. It has 5 USB 2.0 ports, 4-pin Firewire port, analog audio and digital audio out. The networking feature includes gigabit Ethernet, onboard Wi-Fi and a fax modem. It has card readers for Memory stick pro and SD media. Sony VAIO JS Series desktop operates on Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit. Bluetooth is a wireless technology that helps your system to connect to other devices for transferring files over a short distance. Bluetooth driver is a software that helps the operating system to recognize the Bluetooth connectivity in your Sony VAIO JS Series. If your system has integrated Bluetooth technology then the Bluetooth driver might be available in the driver CD provided with the system.
Following are some of the things to be kept in mind while installing Bluetooth drivers in Sony VAIO JS Series. They are:
- Adequate hard disk space
- Scan the system
- Check for authentic application
- Uninstall the previous driver
Adequate hard disk space
Before installing Bluetooth drivers in your Sony VAIO JS Series, make sure that your system has enough space to install it. The Bluetooth driver requires some memory to store the files and folders included in it. Allocating more memory than the required will improve the system performance. Delete the temporary files and cookies from the system to free the hard disk.
Scan the system
Scan the whole system before installation using powerful antivirus software. The presence of virus and malware in the system during installation might affect the process and it will get attached to the driver files. This can cause errors in the system and is hard to remove.
Ensure that the Bluetooth driver you are going to install is authentic. Installing wrong driver files might damage your system files and degrade its performance. So, download the software from the original product website and install it in your system.
If your system already contains Bluetooth software, then remove the old one and install the new driver. If it is not uninstalled, the two drivers might conflict each other. This might lead to errors and improper working of the driver software.