Please remove the current Bluetooth installation before proceeding with the message, and when talking about Bluetooth issues, users have reported some common issues:
Install an existing Bluetooth installation before proceeding with Dell – this issue can occur on any laptop and has been reported by many users on their Dell devices. To resolve this issue, remove all Bluetooth installations completely and see if this fixes the issue.
Uninstall an existing Broadcom Bluetooth installation – this issue can sometimes occur on Broadcom devices. Make sure your drivers are dated to resolve this issue.
Windows 10, not Bluetooth – Bluetooth issues can occur in Windows 10, and if you encounter Bluetooth, try any of our solutions.
Many – Bluetooth does not work in Windows 10. The second major problem is that it may be encountered. However, you have already stated what to do if your Bluetooth is not working in Windows 10, so check out the post for detailed instructions.
Solution 1- Reinstall/update the Bluetooth driver
In general, such errors may appear if your drivers are outdated or out of date, and to resolve this issue, we recommend that you reinstall Bluetooth drivers. Follow these steps:
- Press Windows + X to open the Power User menu. Select Device Manager from the list.
- Once Device Manager is started, locate the Bluetooth driver, right-click and select Uninstall.
- If available, check to uninstall the driver software for this device and click OK.
After uninstalling the driver, close the device driver, and restart the computer.
After restarting your computer, you may have a standard Bluetooth driver. If, for example, the default driver works well, use it, but if they’re really is a problem, visit the Bluetooth Adapter Maker’s website and download the latest driver for your Bluetooth adapter do.
To quickly update all drivers and resolve various Windows 10 issues, we recommend that you use driver update software that downloads all required drivers with one click.