I got it!
Set the module to master mode
+conn=[enter the bluetooth address of your computer xx,xx,xx,xx,xx,xx] (When I did a search with +inq=1, my computer did not show up)
Your computer will ask for the pin # and install the drivers
Once everything is installed, connect again, same as above (you may not need to do this, but it’s what I tried)
On your computer, open up whatever terminal program you use, Putty, Realterm, SSCOM, and open a connection to the primary serial port. (Windows sets up two, a transmit and a receiving, but that primary one does both, normally, the primary is the lower of the two ports)
The connection should start automatically once you open the port. There will be not be a connection if you do not have a terminal program running. If you close the terminal, then try to reconnect, you may get some error, this has to do with the previous connection not timing out yet, just try reconnecting until it works.
All settings on the module are saved automatically, you should be able to cycle it’s power, reopen the terminal on your computer, and it should connect again.
FYI: Rx of the bluetooth module goes to Tx of the microcontroller, Tx module goes to Rx microcontroller
Also, if you’re connected to a microcontroller and start both at the same time, either put it in reset mode or do not have the microcontroller transmitting, it will lock up the boot sequence of the bluetooth module.