Thank you for your post.
The 1030 adapter does support A2DP.
You will want to make sure that you have the latest drivers for all of the hardware. There may be some additional settings in windows that will need to be setup.
After the device is paired and “working”, the you will need to go into control panel, and select Bluetooth Devices. From there, open the properties of the connected device, and you wouldl need to go in and make sure that every service is enabled. Once that is done it should work. If it doesn’t, you could also try removing the device from within the Bluetooth panel, and then repair the device.
Outside of that, there really isn’t anything else that can be controlled, but you could check on Microsoft forums directly to see if there are other settings that you could work with
I hope this helps.