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Bluetooth connection on IDM

Discussion in 'Networking' started by namo, Jul 24, 2010.

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  1. namo

    namo Thread Starter

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    I have windows 7 ultimate and my only internet connection is the one from Wifi router but I noticed that when I turn off my router and there is download running in Internet Download manager(IDM), an IDM's windows pop up asking for user name and password for bluetooth connection.

    How can I remove this?
     
  2. TerryNet

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    What is "this"?
     
  3. namo

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    when Wifi is disconnected, this windows appears

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    I don't want this to happen.


     
  4. khatikbbdn72

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    well, ur screen shot doesnt assures dat its a IDM pop up..
    can u explain ur wifi router?
     
  5. TerryNet

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    If you're not using Bluetooth you could disable it. Or turn it off if possible. But if you are using a download manager that tries to stay on the job until it's completed and take away the connection it is using I would expect it to try for any other possible connection it can find. Does it have any options/preferences where you could tell it to lay off the Bluetooth?
     
  6. namo

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    there was bluetooth network connection on my adapter setting page so I disable it.
     
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