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What is bthserv.dll?


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Windows Process Description:

The bthserv.dll file is a component of Microsoft Windows Operating Systems. More specifically, the module bthserv.dll can be found in Windows XP Home Edition with Service Pack 2, Windows XP Professional Edition with Service Pack 2 and Service Pack 2 with updates and Microsoft Vista. The dynamic link library file bthserv.dll is recognized as a DLL for Bluetooth Support Service. This means that the DLL file bthserv.dll provides necessary support for the Bluetooth Technology that is used by Windows Operating Systems.

The installation process stores the file bthserv.dll in the memory location C:/ Windows/ servicepackfiles/ i386/ bthserv.dll on Windows XP operating systems. On the other hand, the installation process on Microsoft Vista will store the bthserv.dll in the memory location C:/ Windows/ System32/ bthserv.dll. The file version and the file size of the module bthserv.dll also vary on the operating system it is a part of. When found on Microsoft Vista, the module bthserv.dll exhibits a file size of 39 kilobytes or 39,936 in bytes and its version is 6.0.6000.16386. When the file is found on Windows XP platforms, the bthserv.dll DLL file exhibits a file size of 29.50 kilobytes and 26 kilobytes with a file version of 5.1.2600.2180 or 5.1.2600.1125.

The module bthserv.dll only starts to operate when the designated executable process calls upon it for its functions. The applications that call the DLL file bthserv.dll are the applications responsible for synchronizing the hardware devices that needs the Bluetooth technology. The Bluetooth Technology is owned by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group or SIG. It is an open technology that is short range, low power and has 2.4 gigahertz radio technology that eradicates the need for cables between electronic devices like computers, phones, printers, mouse products, etc. Bluetooth technology connects these devices to the computer system via wireless connection. 1 megabyte per second is the maximum data rate and 700 kilobytes per second being the standard performance of Bluetooth connectivity.

Author: Microsoft Corporation

Author URL: http://

Part Of: Microsoft Windows Operating Systems

Memory Usage: Low

Associated Applications: Bluetooth Technology and other applications in Windows that use Bluetooth

Background DLL: Yes

Uses Network: Yes

Hardware Related: Yes

Common Path: C:\ Windows\ System32\ bthserv.dll or C:\ Windows\ servicepackfiles\ i386\ bthserv.dll

DLL Version: 6.0.6000.16386

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