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I have an MSI GT60 ONC and I recently swapped out my primary HDD for an SSD then installed Windows 8.

I have been trying to install my Bluetooth drivers but the program fails.

The error message it keeps giving me is that windows can't run a program it needs to run in order to complete install. There is no error code in the message either.

Any ideas?

*the bluetooth hardware is the N2230.

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Others drivers install ok? I think you have install the wireless driver first, and active the bluetooth whith a FN key on keyboard.

Regards

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Also check to make sure you got the w8 version of the bluetooth driver. Sometimes they just put the w7 version in the download section until the w8 version is released.

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