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I have a dell inspiron running W10 x64. I got a new wireless Bluetooth keyboard and when I went to pair it with my PC. The Bluetooth connection was gone from devices. I then went to device manager, Bluetooth was not listed. However when I opened device manager//view/show hidden devices it was there. How can I enable it, again? Or am I going to have to do system recovery. Help………….

 

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Reinstall Bluetooth device driver you can download the Bluetooth driver from your computer manufacturer  website.


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Sorry it took a few days to reply, I wanted to make sure that my Bluetooth connection did not removed itself, again, after re installation. So far, so good………

 

do you have any ideas of what might of caused this?

 

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We are glad to hear your Bluetooth problem resolved!

I have no idea what cause the Bluetooth driver to become corrupted but it happens sometimes.


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