I really don't want to remove the Bluetooth application as I find it useful
Your other option is to just use Chrome and Opera for your F/book, as many do prefer Opera as their standard browser.
My reply was "theoretical" mainly, as I see no problem with using Opera or Chrome if that is what you would prefer -
"(Logitech Inc.) -- C:\Program Files\logitech\LWS\Webcam Software" was your only installed Bluetooth, unless you added extra devices.
<<The problem appears to have arisen after I downloaded the latest Bluetooth stack for Toshiba laptops
There is another option. To revert back to the version of Bluetooth you were using, as I do not know what the latest versions involve or change.
Try this, but please observe the Note
at the end -
1) Open Control Panel.
2) Make sure it is set to "Classic" view.
3) Open Device Manager (under the "System" Control Panel tool).
4) At the top of the hardware devices listing, there will be an entry labeled as "Bluetooth Radios".
5) Right-click all entries labeled "Microsoft" and disable them. NOTE :
Sometimes, such as with Logitech's Setpoint software for Vista
, the Microsoft Bluetooth
If you have such a Logitech
device, you will have to keep the Microsoft stack enabled.
Microsoft writes its Bluetooth stack in such a way that the majority if Bluetooth devices work with it.
A bit of "plus and minus" seems to be added to this quote taken from Vista Forums
Sorry that I can not be more specific -