Most modern desktop computers and laptops come with a built-in Bluetooth adapter. Although Wi-Fi is available these days, nobody cares about Bluetooth. However, Bluetooth is essential to connect Bluetooth-enabled devices such as speakers, heads, and phones with your PC.
If you have turned on the Bluetooth on your computer or laptop but cannot pair or connect an external Bluetooth device to your PC, it could be because of a faulty or corrupt Bluetooth driver. You can try several troubleshooting methods; however, uninstalling and reinstalling the Bluetooth drivers fixes this problem in most cases. Uninstalling and reinstalling the Bluetooth drivers are easier than any other method, and 99% of changes are there; if there is no hardware issue, pairing issues with the PC could be fixed.
How to uninstall or reinstall Bluetooth Driver in Windows 10?
To uninstall or reinstall Bluetooth Driver in Windows 10, Device Manager is the best option. Following are the steps to uninstall or reinstall the Bluetooth Driver in Windows 10:-
Step 1. Right-click on the Start button of the Windows 10 operating system and select the Device Manager option.
Step 5. Finally, click the Uninstall button to uninstall the Bluetooth Adaptor drivers from your Windows 10 PC.
To reinstall the Bluetooth Drivers automatically, restart your PC. Windows 10 will automatically find the best drivers for your Bluetooth Adaptor and install them for you. If Bluetooth Adaptor drivers are not installed automatically, open the Settings app > Update & Security > Windows Update and click the “Check for Update” button. Windows 10 will automatically download and install the Bluetooth driver for your PC.