Windows 10 could cause its users a lot of problems. The problem with Bluetooth devices is one of these problems. Unfortunately, other Bluetooth apps do not seem to support Windows 10. Here are some more examples:
- If Bluetooth isn’t available Windows 10, you will possibly see an error message if Bluetooth isn’t available. To explore the issue further, use this error message.
- Windows 10 can not be connected with Bluetooth– the most common problem with Bluetooth is Bluetooth.
- Bluetooth Windows 10 disappeared– Bluetooth may be totally lost from Windows 10 by a certain system error.
- Windows 10 devices are not detected by Bluetooth– Although all looks fine, Bluetooth services may not even be able to detect other devices.
What to do if Bluetooth stops working in Windows 10
- Update drivers
- Reinstall the Bluetooth device
- Check if the Bluetooth service is running
- Run the Troubleshooter
- Change Power Saving options
- Try different USB port
The one alternative that solves the Windows 10 Bluetooth problems is to update an app. You may have read about it a millionth time, but it could be useful. Then, if a Windows Update did not update your app, go to the Device Manager and manually attempt to access your Bluetooth device’s new driver. You can also find the compatible driver on the website of the manufacturer if you think you will be luckier. This is how to check the internet driver correctly:
- Go into the Device Manager and right-click
- on the Select Properties button and enter your Bluetooth device ID Number next to the Manufacturing ID tab,
- find the Bluetooth Adapter Manufacturer and guide you to the right page to download the newest app,
- then click the Properties button.
Reinstall the Bluetooth device
Let’s seek to reinstall if you don’t update your Bluetooth device. So, go to Check, type Device manager and open System Manager.
- Find your Bluetooth device when Device manager opens.
- Right click on it and press Disable
- If you want to disable the app, Windows will ask
- Disable it.
- Restart your computer after you confirm and uninstall your driver.
- You now need to wait for Windows to automatically install a new driver or visit the website of your device manufacturer to check if a new driver for Windows 10 is available.
Check if the Bluetooth service is running
- You might not even operate your Bluetooth device. Of course then, you can’t use it.
- Then ensure that it is allowed: Check, sort services.msc, and open services. Services.
- Find the Support Service for Bluetooth.
- If not, right-click on the system, and select Launch. Right-click it if it is allowed and choose Restart.
- Wait until the end of the cycle.
- Restart your computer.
Run the Troubleshooting
If none of the previous methods have worked, let’s try a Bluetooth troubleshooting tool from Windows 10.
- Go to Preferences, this is how to run it.
- Changes & Security > Troubleshooting.
- Go to Run the Troubleshooter, and pick Bluetooth.
- Follow the instructions on the screen and finish the operation
- Restart your Machine
Change power saving option
Although the power-saving settings may not seem connected, the Bluetooth app may actually be deactivated. Let us then change these settings to make Bluetooth work again (hopefully).
- You have to do this: Open Machine Manager.
- Find your Bluetooth keyboard and double-click on it when Device Manager opens.
- Shut to Power Administration and Test Allow the machine to shut off this machine to save energy when the property window opens.
- To save changes, click on OK.
Try different USB port
There is a risk with your peripheral Bluetooth, but with the USB port there is nothing wrong. It can’t or easily hurt the peripheral. Try another USB port and see whether it makes any difference in connection.
Sum up –
That’s it, we hope that at least a workaround has helped you solve the Bluetooth problem. Please tell us in the comments below if you have any ideas, questions or suggestions. You can look for a solution in our Windows 10 Repair section for any other Windows 10 issues.