Windows 10: Accidentally uninstalled my bluetooth from device manager

Discus and support Accidentally uninstalled my bluetooth from device manager in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware to solve the problem; Ok so I was trying to fix my bluetooth since it suddenly just went off and I couldnt find it in the tab, long story short I accidentally uninstalled my... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware' started by MarcoPanganiban, May 22, 2020.

  1. Accidentally uninstalled my bluetooth from device manager


    Ok so I was trying to fix my bluetooth since it suddenly just went off and I couldnt find it in the tab, long story short I accidentally uninstalled my bluetooth from device manager and now I need help trying to fix this thanks in advance if someone would answer

    Laptop is a Lenovo Yoga 710 so it is compatible for bluetooth
    Already tried downloading a BT_21.80.0_64_Win10 from Intel which I assumed is my OEM, and I still couldnt find bluetooth in the device manager

    :)
     
    MarcoPanganiban, May 22, 2020
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  2. Bluetooth services and device manager

    Hi Tina,

    Having an incompatible driver causes functionality issues like what you are experiencing right now with your Bluetooth. To resolve such issue, we suggest that you uninstall and reinstall your Bluetooth drivers manually instead of letting Windows search for
    an updated driver automatically. Here are the steps to do that:

    • Visit your device manufacturer’s website to download the latest driver.
    • Right-click on the Start button, then select Device Manager.
    • Select Bluetooth, then the Bluetooth driver
      name.
    • Right-click on driver and then select Uninstall device >Delete the driver software for this device check box >
      Uninstall.
    • After uninstalling, right-click the driver that's having the issue, select
      Update driver
      > Browse my computer for driver software.
    • Select Browse > look for the drivers you've just downloaded >
      OK.
    • Select Next > follow the steps to install the driver >
      Close
      .
    • Restart your computer.

    You can also refer to this
    article
    to see troubleshooting steps for common Bluetooth issues.

    Update us on the status of the issue.
     
    Angela Pun, May 22, 2020
    #2
  3. Accidentally uninstalled bluetooth

    Thanks for your response Greg. I actually uninstalled it from device manager on accident. I was following a support procedure to fix bluetooth connectivity issues that involved finding the BT device using the show hidden devices option in device manager.
    It was subordinated under a parent device, and I accidentally deleted the BT when I intended to delete the parent device. So now there is no bluetooth on the computer at all. Is my only option to reinstall windows 10? Will that even fix it? Thanks again for
    your help!

    Brian
     
    BrianBailey4, May 22, 2020
    #3
  4. Accidentally uninstalled my bluetooth from device manager

    Bluetooth device disappears from device manager after updating to windows 10

    Hi Asim,

    Thank you for responding.

    I understand the inconvenience you are facing with detecting the Bluetooth drivers in Device Manager.

    As you have already tried with start the Bluetooth service, run troubleshooter and etc., I suggest you to try the below and check.

    I suggest you to check for the HP utilities that are installed in your device and uninstall the one related to Bluetooth and check if it helps.

    Steps: 

    • Press Windows + x key to open a task list from the bottom left corner of the screen.
    • Select Control Panel.
    • Select Programs and Features.
    • Select for one of the utility from HP that is related to Bluetooth, right click on it and
      Uninstall.

    Hope it helps. Feel free to contact us for any assistance on Windows Operating System, we will be happy to help you.
     
    Deepika Gowda, May 22, 2020
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