If you are running Windows 7 64 bits on your computer and for some reason your bluetooth is not behaving as you expect it to, you can try doing the following, it worked for me. Open the bluetooth settings window:
switch to the "COM Ports" tab, and see if there is any entry in the list of com ports. If you find nothing there, click that "Add..." button, and the window that comes up click OK in it. A new COM Port will be added to work with your bluetooth connection. Now try transferring files between 2 of your bluetooth devices, it should work. I am right now using the internet connection from my cell phone (nokia n900) through bluetooth on my laptop, which is working pretty great. All this usually works automatically on Windows 7 32 bits, but i dont know why I had to go through this extra step to make the BT work in windows 7 64 bits.