In the Device Manager, check if the Bluetooth driver is installed.
Install the driver updates from
BIOS overview
The BIOS manages data flow between the computer's operating system and
attached devices such as hard disk, video adapter, keyboard, mouse, and
Boot menu
The Alienware Area-51 R2 includes a one-time boot menu. By using this feature,
you can change the sequence of devices that your computer attempts to boot
from, for example, CD-ROM, hard drive, or network.
Boot menu enhancements
The boot menu enhancements are as follows:
Easier Access — Press F12 to access the boot selection menu.
User Prompting — The user is prompted to use the keystroke on the
BIOS screen.
Diagnostics Options — The boot menu includes the ePSA diagnostic
Timing key sequences
The keyboard is not the first device initialized by Setup. As a result, if you press
a keystroke too early, the keyboard is locked out. In such case, a keyboard error
message is displayed on the screen, and you cannot restart your computer with
the Ctrl+Alt+Del key combination.
To prevent the keyboard from locking, wait until the keyboard is initialized
completely. The keyboard is initialized if one of the following occurs:
The keyboard lights flash.
The F2=Setup prompt appears at the top-right corner of the screen during