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Monday, May 13, 2019

How to Fix Bluetooth Missing & Disappeared on Windows 10 PC

Bluetooth technology has been useful in connecting peripherals like mice, headsets, printers, and keyboards to computers without the need for wires. However, it is susceptible to compatibility issues and other problems. Users often complain that their Bluetooth peripherals tend to disappear from the device list on their computer.
If you share the same problem, do not worry. Keep on reading this article and we will teach you how to fix Bluetooth missing from the PC and device list.
How do I fix Windows 10 Bluetooth missing?
Solution 1: Enable Bluetooth in Device Manager
1.Press Windows Key+ R then type devmgmt.msc and hit Enter.
2.Expand Bluetooth then right-click on your Bluetooth device and select Enable.
3.Now press Windows Key+ I to open Settings then click on Devices.
4.From the left-hand menu click on Bluetooth & Other devices.Now in the right window pane toggle the switch under Bluetooth to ON in order to Enable Bluetooth in Windows 10.

5.When finished close everything and reboot your PC.
Solution 2: Enable Bluetooth Services
1.Press Windows Key+ R then type services.msc and hit Enter.
2.Right-click on Bluetooth Support service then select Properties.
3.Make sure to set the Startup type to Automatic and if the service is not already running, click Start. Click Apply followed by OK.
5.Now press Windows Key+ I to open Settings then click on Devices.
6.From the left-hand menu click on Bluetooth & Other devices.Now in the right window pane toggle the switch under Bluetooth to ON in order to Enable Bluetooth in Windows 10.
7.Reboot your PC to save changes
Solution 3: Update Bluetooth Drivers
1.Press Windows Key+ R then type devmgmt.msc and hit Enter.
2.Expand Bluetooth then right-click on your device and select Update Driver.
3.Select Search automatically for updated driver software and let it finish the process.
4.If the above step was able to fix your problem then good, if not then continue. Again select Update Driver Software but this time on the next screen select Browse my computer for driver software.
5.Now select Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer.
6.Finally, select the compatible driver from the list for your Bluetooth device and click Next.
7.Let the above process finish and restart your PC to save changes.
Solution 4: Reinstall Bluetooth Drivers
1.Press Windows Key + R then type devmgmt.msc and hit Enter.
2.Expand Bluetooth then right-click on your device and select Uninstall. If asks for confirmation select Yes to continue.
3.Now right-click in an empty space inside Device Manager then select Scan for hardware changes. This will automatically install the default Bluetooth drivers.

4.Next, open Windows 10 Settings and see if you’re able to access Bluetooth Settings.
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