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Select Update Driver Software Search automatically for updated driver software and Windows will do just that, which hopefully fixes the connection problem.If you’ve tried everything above but are still experiencing the problem, the best thing to do is remove the device from the Bluetooth listings and try pairing it again.Open up the Start Menu then choose Settings Bluetooth and select your device from the list in the main pane.You’ll now see an option to Remove device, do this and then repeat the initial steps you took to pair the device.Once you’ve found it, highlight the device and click the option Remove device, then try connecting it again.
Hopefully you’ll see it there with Ready to pair displayed under its name.
Also see: Windows 10 review Problems can creep in from time to time, so we’ve put together this short guide on what to do if you run into issues connecting your Bluetooth or wireless device to your Windows PC.
See also: Best Bluetooth speakers 2016 and Quick fixes for common Windows 10 problems Before delving too deeply into the mechanics of a problem it’s always worth checking a few basic things that could be causing the issue.
Much like Bluetooth devices it’s always good to go through the basics before moving onto more complicated solutions.
So first up you’ll want to ensure that your Windows PC has Wi Fi turned on (this is sometimes done by a physical button on laptops, but can also be achieved by tapping on the Wi Fi icon in the taskbar at the bottom of the screen).