There is always a chance of the Bluetooth transfer wizard icon getting disappeared from the menus that represent communications once the user upgrades the Windows XP operating system service pack.
Once the installation of service pack is completed, users can take appropriate steps in order to re-install the Bluetooth transfer wizard. For doing this reinstallation, users are advised to make use of Hardware update wizard in order to successfully complete the reinstallation process of Microsoft Bluetooth Driver.
Microsoft Bluetooth Driver is considered to be a part of Windows XP service pack 2.
The following steps have to be followed with utmost attention in order to install Bluetooth transfer wizard in Windows XP.
Users will have to first open their Microsoft Hardware Update wizard
For opening the Microsoft hardware update wizard, in the users Windows XP screen, users will have to click the ‘Start’ tab that is present on the extreme left corner of the Windows XP desktop screen
Then users will have to click on ‘Run’
Type devmgmt.msc in the ‘Run’ box
Then click OK
Users will now have to click the ‘Booth Radio Button’
Then select (the bluetooth transfer software name)
Users now will have to select ‘Driver’ tab
Next to the Driver tab, users can see the icon (driver software corresponding to the bluetooth transfer wizard)
Click on the icon
Then click the ‘Update Driver’ option
Now the user will have to click on to the ‘No not this time’ option
Click Next, this will take the user to the next menu screen
Select ‘Install from a list or specific location’
Then again click on to the ‘Next’ button
Users will be again taken to a new screen after clicking Next
Click ‘Don’t search’
Then click on ‘Next’
Then again click on ‘Next’
Finally click ‘Finish’
Now the users can see that there Bluetooth transfer wizard for Windows XP has been successfully re-installed and the users can now very well enjoy the benefits of Bluetooth transfer wizard on their Windows XP computer.