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Hi Guys, Please let me know how to fix bluetooth missing from device manager in windows 10? I am facing this issue last 1 week I don't know how to fix it. Help me.
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Want to know how to fix Bluetooth Missing from Device Manager in Windows 10, then follow this post.
Click Windows key+I to open Settings and tap on Update & Security. Let’s see if updating the OS helps.
If you find any updates there, click on the Download button and update your PC. you will check for them manually too.
Even if there's no update available, I might recommend you to reboot your PC once because it is understood to assist.
Open the Device Manager from Windows Search and click on the View choice to select Show hidden devices.
When the list of devices goes very long, Windows 10 OS will create an embedded list of devices showing only the most categories. Maybe the Bluetooth option is hidden for a few reasons.
Windows 10 comes with a Troubleshooter which will resolve tons of problems for you. that's specifically true for built-in features and apps. Open Windows Search and sort Troubleshoot Bluetooth to seek out and choose to Find and fix problems with Bluetooth devices.
Click on Next and follow the on-screen instructions if it can resolve the difficulty.
Open Device Manager again and scroll to the very bottom of the screen to seek out Universal Serial Bus controllers. At an equivalent time, you'll also try updating the Bluetooth drivers for your system. which may reset the configuration.
Right-click on the primary choice to update the drivers then advance to subsequent. Reboot once all are updated.
The SFC (System File Checker) will search for corrupted files and repair them. It's possible that files related to the Bluetooth feature were corrupted for a few reasons. Not uncommon. Open prompt with admin rights from search and sort the below command before hitting Enter.
Press Windows key+R on your keyboard to open the Run prompt and sort services.MSc before hitting Enter.
When it opens, find Bluetooth Support Service and right-click thereon to start it. If it's already running, click Restart and wait a couple of seconds.
If this works, click Properties within the same menu, and under the overall tab, choose Automatic next to Startup type.
You won’t need to repeat this step whenever you reboot your computer now.
If none of the solutions worked thus far, then you almost certainly have two options left. One is to use a USB Bluetooth Adapter that you simply can easily find on a site like Amazon. they're not very expensive either, but you'll sacrifice one USB slot for it.
Click on Windows key+I to open Settings and tap on Update & Security.
Within the Recovery tab, click on start under Reset.
Select the Keep my files option within the next screen. meaning your PC is going to be cleaned, reset to the way it had been when it had been delivered to your home, except all of your files and folders will remain intact. you'll lose all installed apps and their respective settings.
Follow the on-screen instructions now and note that it'll take an extended time. So, confirm that your laptop is connected to an influence source. You don’t want to interrupt this process midway.