How to Solve Bluetooth Not Working Problem After Windows 10 Upgrade


There are issues in Windows 10 even though this particular operating system is a higher version. It has some of the best features compared to the older versions. You may find that after the upgrade to Windows 10, Bluetooth does not work. This means that the blue tooth devices like the wireless phone, wireless speakers, wireless headphones, wireless fitness trackers etc do not work on Windows 10. You can even find it difficult to trace the on and off switch of the Bluetooth.

Although it works well in Windows 7 or Windows 8 but after the upgrade to Windows 10, it stops and after that, you will receive flagged messages. Some of the messages you see in such a case are devices not fully compatible or Bluetooth audio device. If you are facing problems, you should log onto Microsoft Windows 10 support page in order to fix Bluetooth problems with Windows 10.

Fix the Bluetooth driver

By the help of Bluetooth driver, Bluetooth adapter and the computer communicate with each other. Bluetooth driver is a software. If the Bluetooth driver does not show compatibility with Windows 10, it gets deleted during the process of update. So it is important to check whether the driver has outdated, corrupted, damaged or missing and then you need to resolve the issue as per the problem detected.

You have choice to resolve the problem by the help of a tool named driver talent [earlier called DriverTheLife].

  • By the help of this tool, you scan hardware as well as devices to detect driver issues.
  • Solve the problem of corrupted, damaged or incompatible Bluetooth driver.
  • Update of current Bluetooth driver for Windows 10
  • Download and installation of perfectly matched driver for Windows 10


As per the feedback of some users, Bluetooth does not work even after the install of Bluetooth driver.  The reason is that the driver you installed from the website of the manufacturer is not compatible.  Feel free to dial Windows 10 technical support number or connect to Microsoft support chat online to troubleshoot and fix Windows 10 Bluetooth problems.

If the devices attached to Bluetooth are not detected by it, try removing it and then adding again. For this, you will have to go to the control panel and then click on hardware and sound and Bluetooth devices. You need to first remove the blue tooth device and then add it again.


Author: microsoftwindowssupportsite

Microsoft very recently launched its latest and all new version of Windows 10 that has outlined itself as one of the best computer operating system meant for better computing and user safety.

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