Thank you for contacting the Intel community.
What is the exact model of the Intel® Compute stick? I’m sorry we have two models with similar processors.
Do you have the possibility to try the Bluetooth components with another system just to isolate the issue?
Try uninstalling the Bluetooth driver and reinstall it, you can download the latest Bluetooth driver here:
We have tested this component in our lab and we don’t experience this behavior.
Did you try uninstalling and reinstalling the Bluetooth driver?
Try to pair the components again.
Also, try the following:
- Accessing the device manager
- Expand network adapter and right click the Bluetooth driver.
- A screen will come up and click advance.
- Under properties look for “Bluetooth Collaboration” and set the value to disabled.
I hope this can help.
I have the same problem using a Logitech diNovo Mini Keyboard.
I noticed that for me lag is more frequently using browser (more with Firefox, but also witn Chrome) for streaming video (Netflix and PrimeVideo) in windowed or fullscreen mode, and also running a DiskMark test on the internal disk C:. No lag with .mkv video playback using MediaPlayerClassics.
After a first time of lag I have to remove the Keyborad battery because some buttons stops working.
Windows Event Viewer reports a lot of system warnings concerning Bluetooth: HidBth - Event ID 2 - Bluetooth HID device either went out of range or became unresponsive.
I tried all the drivers, from 17.1.1532.1814 to 19.00.1621 and also 19.11.1639.649 found using Windows Update, but the problem persists. I also removed the power saving options, but with no improvements.
I can’t disable “Bluetooth Collaboration” because I’m using an USB wifi adapter and there isn’t this option, but I set the WiFi frequency on 5 GHz to avoid interferences with Bluetooth 2.4 GHz.
Could you please provide us with your Bluetooth keyboard and mouse models?
Do you have the latest BIOS version installed? You can download it here:
F7 BIOS Update Instructions for Intel® Compute Stick
my Compute Stick model is BOXSTK1AW32SC and BIOS is update to the latest version 0030.
My Mouse/Keyboard is a Logitech diNovo Mini™ (diNovo Mini™ - Logitech Support ) that I used with no problems on the previous media center.
On the Compute Stick at first I tried to use the Logitech USB receiver (and SetPoint driver released by Logitech), but I experienced lag problems; so I connected the device using the Compute Stick Bluetooth, but lag persists.
We have tested this unit with Bluetooth and it works fine not specifically with this device you have because Intel has not validated it but it should work, at this point we can help you with a warranty replacement for the unit. I have sent you a private message.
I also have a similar problem. my system is following
compute stick STK1AW32SC atom z8330(new one) date of manufacture: 13 sep 2016
Bluetooth mouse iBuffalo BSMBB21S
Bluetooth mouse elecom M-BT7BR
When I activate Bluetooth mouse it seems to move fine.
But after I play solitaire game about a half an hour
the mouse pointer does not move smooth. (lag, slow, fast )
My Bluetooth mouse works fine at other machines (including Compute Stick STCK1A32WFC)
I already updated BIOS and all drivers.
I contacted Intel Customer Support, and got a replacement (date of manufacture: sep 2016).
But the situation is the same.
Thank you tektek for sharing this information with us.
Would you please provide us with your Bluetooth mouse model to further investigate this issue?
Also, I will really appreciate if you could attach the DxDiag and the Msinfo32 to better assist you.
I have been testing several mouse types Bluetooth and USB with no luck and have been also checking on other customers reporting the same issue.
I found out a couple of customers describing the same issue and reporting that it was the TV/Display causing the mouse lagging.
Would it be possible for someone on this community thread to test using the BOXSTK1AW32SC on a plain PC monitor and share back the results?