If you are looking for Sony MW600 driver for Windows 7, you might having difficulty to make it work under Win 7 because of no laptop drivers are able to make it work on your laptop. However, we have a solution to this problem and you might want to know how to deal with this particular issue.
Having purchased MW600 headset, owners might want to connect it to the PC or laptop. The problem is, no driver is available on Sony website, or even in the packing. In addition, support told one owner that they don’t support third party system.
Windows 7 doesn’t have plug-n-play driver for this headset, so you have to have the exact driver for it to make the headset works. If you have Lenovo laptop, you can try this one out. Windows will give you three actions you can choose from. It suggested an adapter update, which will sent you to Broadcom or Lenovo. The Broadcom driver would work, but you will get a standard hands-free which only produced poor phone audio quality. On the other hand, Lenovo driver which downloaded here works.
To make Sony MW600 headset work under Windows 7 for other laptop or PC, you might want to try install BlueSoleil for Windows 7, which you can download here. It will allow you to use MW 600 as a stereo bluetooth headphones or a mono bluetooth handsfree with a microphone.
After you have installed the software, you can now connect it to your PC. However, you have to keep the window open to keep the connection, because some users reported that closing the “Bluetooth Devices” window made the connection lost.
You will need to use the PC as the media source and the phone as the phone source in order to stop sound hearing from the PC and switching the audio control to the phone.
Sony MW600 for Skype
For Skype, you can tell it to use Bluetooth device as speaker and microphone located in Tools -> Options -> Audio Settings
Hope this solves your problem on Sony MW600 driver issue.