Windows 10: Extrange automatic reboot... No BSOD, just reboot

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    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       01 Oct 2017 #31

    On the device manager I was not able to see whether there were yellow triangles or chips. Please look at any entry with yellow and expand to see if all are yellow triangles or yellow chips.

    Is other device the same or different from unknown device?
    For the unknown device please expand > right click the unknown listing > left click properties > left click details > copy the results and post into the thread. Also click on driver > copy results and post into the thread.

    How to easily find drivers for Unknown Devices in Windows | PCWorld
    How to Find Drivers for Unknown Devices in the Device Manager
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    Windows 10 x64 Home 1703
    Thread Starter
       01 Oct 2017 #32

    Nope, I have no unknown devices (yellow exclamation mark) all is installed properly (I always check that, I hate having non installed devices), the "Other devices" category is for devices that don't fit on any other category, I cheked those and they are working properly according to the small log on them, probably they have to do with the touchpad, since the only way to get it working is letting Windows Update to do it's magic once you clean install Windows 10.

    Other than that, everything is installed, running and good, even Windows Updates, probably I'm part of the very few that have no issues with it nor updates not installing...

    EDIT: I correct myself, that has to do with my bluetooth controller, only appears if I turn on my bluetooth, the driver comes from Windows Update and is more recent than my OEM's one, so I didn't update it (and seems to work flawlessly with my bluetooth speaker... I have no problems)

    I attach Pictures. Obviously, if I turn off my bluetooth, it says this devices aren't connected, and they work when the Bluetooth is on, so I believe this is the intended behaviour.

    EDIT2: Seems this devices appeared just after pairing my Lenovo K6 phone with this Laptop, making a bit of an investigation, I found that this is part of the Bluetooth service that is running on my system, the reason why, despite having unknown values for vendor and such, it says it's working properly. Probably one of those placeholders for making paired devices comunicate or enable features...

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