Many users on Reddit report the Bluetooth not working issue after Windows 10 Creators Update (or Fall Creators Update 1709). The system can’t recognize a Bluetooth keyboard, mouse, headset, or speaker. Below are 3 ways to fix the Bluetooth not working after installing Windows 10 Creators Update.
In most cases, problematic Bluetooth drivers cause the no Bluetooth issue after Windows 10 Creators Update. If your Bluetooth driver is outdated, corrupted, broken or missing, you need to download and update your Bluetooth driver. To easily achieve this goal, you could try an automatic driver update utility tool like Driver Talent. It could help you find out your faulty Bluetooth driver in seconds, and then download and install the most compatible Bluetooth driver for your computer in minutes.
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Here’s how to download and update the appropriate Bluetooth driver with Driver Talent in only 3 easy steps.
Launch Driver Talent. Click “Scan” to identify all your driver issues.
Click “Repair” in the “Stable driver” tab to fix those outdated, damaged or missing drivers. You are also allowed to click “Update” to keep all your drivers up-to-date. It’s recommended that don’t update what ain’t broken (except graphics drivers).
Make a reboot of your computer to make all changes take effect.
In addition to driver download and update, Driver Talent is equipped with other advanced features, such as drivers restore, system restore, drivers pre-download for another PC, PC Repair, hardware detection, VR support check and PC speed up, etc.
The Hardware and Devices Troubleshooter is a built-in Microsoft’s tool, which could check and fix issues with hardware and devices attached to your computer. To resolve the Bluetooth not working after Windows 10 Creators Update, follow these steps:
Step 1. Press Windows + X to open the search box
Step 2. Type troubleshooter and then hit Enter
Step 3. Click Troubleshooter
Step 4. Click View all
Step 5. Click Hardware and Devices troubleshooter
Step 6. Click Next to run the troubleshooter
For Bluetooth to work properly with the Windows 10 Creators Update, the Bluetooth, Bluetooth Device Monitor, Bluetooth OBEX Service and the Bluetooth Support Services shall run normally. Or else, the Bluetooth not available after Windows 10 Creators Update will occur.
Follow these steps to make sure the aforementioned services are started and running:
Step 1. Press Windows + R to launch the Run dialog box
Step 2. Type services.msc and then hit Enter to open Service Manager
Step 3. Click Start Service to set services related to Bluetooth to Automatic (delayed)
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