I understand that you are having Bluetooth recognition issues after the latest Windows *10 update.
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Thank you for your response.
Could you go into the device manager look for Bluetooth device, do you have any warning symbol on the device?
If you do not see the device, please try to scan the system for new devices. (right click on the PC name>scan for hardware changes)
I went in the device manager, no Bluetooth device there.
I scanned for new devices, nothing happened.
I checked in the BIOS that the Bluetooth device is active.
What else can I do ?
My opinion is that the Bluetooth driver bt_win10_64_20.30.0.exe does not work properly on my Windows10.
Can I install an older version of the driver ?
You may not need to go to an earlier driver. Seems like there is something going wrong in the install process. I suggest you try this:
1. Make sure you have latest Bluetooth and Wireless driver packages downloaded.
2. Disconnect NUC from internet.
3. Completely uninstall both the Bluetooth and Wireless driver packages.
5. Install Bluetooth driver package.
6. Install Wireless driver package.
8. Reconnect internet.
Note that, if completely reliant on wireless for internet access, you may need to disable wireless in router - or just shut router off.
Hope this helps,
Thank you for these instructions.
I followed the 9 steps, without success.
Windows still considers there is no Bluetooth on my computer.
A possible problem may come from the initial version of bluetooth driver 17.1.1501.0514
It is still listed in the "Applications list", I cannot remove it, the buttons "Modify" and "Removed" are gey (not active).
See the attached screenshot.
How can I remove "Intel Wireless Bluetooth 17.1.1501.0514" installed in July 2015 ?
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Hhmmm, good question! Unfortunately, I would need to be having this issue to be able to determine what needed to be done. Intel Customer Support (intel_corp) will need to take over and investigate this...
They should read it, but, if you want to have them open a formal ticket and track the issue, you need to contact them directly.
Here is contact information, by geography:
I cannot recommend the forms service; it seems to have a lot of problems. It's always better to talk to them directly - and there are folks within the geographic support centers that speak most languages. You can also try the Intel Customer Support Chat Service, but it is offered in English only and is subject to office hours (9-5 M-F) in the Pacific time zone.
Hope this helps,
Thank you for your patience
Please go ahead and try to update for your Bluetooth controller: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/27760/Wireless-Intel-Wireless-Bluetooth-for-Windows-10?product=75439
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