How to Fix Win­dows 10 Not Detect­ing PS4 Controller?

Please let me know that how to fix Win­dows 10 not detect­ing PS4 controller. I am facing some issue while using PS4. I have no idea how to fix it. Help me.

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Fix Win­dows 10 Not Detect­ing PS4 Controller

Are you a Play Station 4 owner who is struggling with the problem of Windows 10 not detecting the PS4 controller? If yes, then you have come to the right place to look for a solution.

There are two main ways to connect your Play Station 4 to a PC. In case you are not able to play games using a PS4 controller because your PC can't recognize it, then take a good look at the solution given below.

If you are one of the users whose PS4 controller is connected to the computer through Bluetooth. The issue can also be related to the driver. Try applying the solutions given below to fix your problem to connect your PS4 controller to your Windows computer. If you have a Bluetooth USB adapter, then try using that.

1) Disable Your Bluetooth and Enable It Again

If you can't connect your PS4 controller to your Windows computer, then you must turn off your PC's Bluetooth. After that, enable it again for pairing your device one more time.

One can also turn off Bluetooth by going to the Windows Action Center. Moreover, you can do it directly from the Setting menu.

Steps to Re-enable Bluetooth from the Action Center

Mentioned below are the steps that you need to carry out to re-enable Bluetooth from the Action Center.

Step 1: First of all, go to the icon of Action Center given at the lower right corner of your taskbar and then click on it. In case your Bluetooth has a blue background, then that means it is turned on.

Step 2: Select the option of Bluetooth for displaying it.

Step 3: Select the option of Bluetooth one more time for re-enabling it. After that, check if the PC is controlling the detector or not.

Steps to Re-Enable Bluetooth from Windows

Below are the steps that you need to perform to re-enable Bluetooth from Windows.

Step 1: First of all, open the menu of Windows settings and then select Devices.

Step 2: Go to the section of Bluetooth and other devices and then turn off Bluetooth and then turn it back on. Now, see if your PC is detecting the PS4 controller or not. In case this doesn't work, then try the next solution.

2) Unpair Your PS4 Controller from the Computer

In case the controller was connected to your PC through Bluetooth but it cannot be detected anymore. You can remove the controller from the list of already paired devices. After that, you need to connect your controller to the PC. Carry out the steps below to remove or unpair the controller.

Step 1: First of all, open the menu of Windows settings and then click on devices. This will take you to the Bluetooth and other device sections. After that, go to the Action Center and then right-click on Bluetooth.

Then, select Settings. Now, the Bluetooth and other devices section of Settings will open up.

Step 2: Search for the paired PS4 controller in the section "Mouse, keyboard, and pen" and then select it.

Step 3: Select the option of Remove Device for unpairing the controller from your PC.

Step 4: After that, a confirmation prompt will open up before you for removing the PS4 controller from the computer.

Now, repair the controller to your PC and see if it gets detected.

If you are using USB connections, then you need to check if the port is covered with dirt or not. You need to do the same thing for the port of your controller. You can easily get rid of the dirt by blowing dry air.

Also, you need to check that the USB cable you are using is not faulty. Other than that, you can update the Steam app on your Windows computer and then connect the controller once again.

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