Windows 10: Serious bluetooth issues

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  1.    19 Apr 2017 #1

    Some issues with bluetooth


    I have some issues with my bluetooth equipment.


    • Connecting my headphones while im playing a game causes the game to crash randomly sometimes, so i have to restart my computer to get access to my desktop.
    • Windows refuses to connect my headphones sometimes. (Solved by enabling background intelligent transfer in services.msc)
    • Windows sometimes asks me for a pairing code for my keyboard, without giving me a pairing code, basically preventing me from using my keyboard.
    • Sometimes my headphones refuses to connect automatically. I have to go to control panel, click sound and right click on the headphones and connect them manually instead.
    • Sometimes theres no sound in my headpones if i power them on while playing a game. I have to restart the game to get the sound to work again.
    • Connecting my headphones while watching a video on youtube causes the video to crash, so i have to reload it again.
    • Sometimes when transfering a file from my computer to my phone, i get this message that prevents me from sending the file. If i send a file from my phone to my computer, it says that the file transfer failed, without giving a reason.


    I have had some of these issues for years.

    Usb adapters i have tried: Belkin F8T065, Orico BTA-403, Sandberg 133-81.

    Headphones i have tried: H/K Soho Wireless, Creative Soundblaster Jam, Philips SHB4000.

    Keyboards i have tried: Anker A7721, Anker T300, Royal Kludge RK61.

    My system specifications are in my profile.
    Last edited by Cerawy; 1 Day Ago at 06:07.
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  2.    19 Apr 2017 #2

    You say this has been happening for YEAR'S? If its been going on for that long I would have to think its related to your motherboard. Might be time to get a new machine. Does it do this right after a O.S. install or re-install? Have you tried uncoupling all your Bluetooth devices and recoupling them? Have you updated your BIO'S and/or chipset? You could try a system file check, but if its been going on for that long I really think it's probably organic in nature.

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    Some system spec.'s might help us to determine any other causes ...........
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  3.    20 Apr 2017 #3

    indianacarnie said: View Post
    You say this has been happening for YEAR'S? If its been going on for that long I would have to think its related to your motherboard. Might be time to get a new machine. Does it do this right after a O.S. install or re-install? Have you tried uncoupling all your Bluetooth devices and recoupling them? Have you updated your BIO'S and/or chipset? You could try a system file check, but if its been going on for that long I really think it's probably organic in nature
    Yes, it happens after reinstalling windows. I have tried unpairing and pairing my bluetooth devices many times. I have the latest chipset drivers. I have tested this with several computers and the problem is the same. I have also tried doing a system file check, but it didnt solve any of the problems.
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       20 Apr 2017 #4

    You should be able to disable the sound adapter built onto the motherboard via a setting in the BIOS. I know the computers I've had to deal with and their onboard Ethernet/NIC adapters had that setting, useful when using an add-in card instead, kept Windows from finding the onboard..
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  5.    27 Apr 2017 #5

    I think i may have solved some of the problems by disabling realtek high definition audio and nvidia high definition audio from device manager as well as disabling my headphones from recording devices. Seems to crashing less than previously, but it still crashes occasionally.

    Berton said: View Post
    You should be able to disable the sound adapter built onto the motherboard via a setting in the BIOS. I know the computers I've had to deal with and their onboard Ethernet/NIC adapters had that setting, useful when using an add-in card instead, kept Windows from finding the onboard.
    I checked the bios, but i dont see any options like that.
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  6.    16 Aug 2017 #6

    There can, apparently, be issues with what rev level the Bluetooth is. I have a Toshiba laptop that came with Win 8.1 It has been upgraded to Win 10 Home with Creators Upgrade. My wife has a new model Cricut craft cutting machine and it will not connect to the Toshiba (with the correct 0000 code). I just got a new Dell laptop and the Cricut connects without problems on the new Dell.
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  7.    16 Aug 2017 #7

    Is it possible to simply disable the passcode so i can just connect my keyboards?
    Last edited by Cerawy; 15 May 2018 at 13:37.
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  8.    17 Aug 2017 #8

    ^ Windows only uses the passcode for pairing purposes. You won't need it if the keyboard stays connected to the device.
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  9.    19 Aug 2017 #9

    Yes, but that doesnt really help me if i cant even connect the keyboards.
    Last edited by Cerawy; 15 May 2018 at 13:38.
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  10.    20 Sep 2017 #10

    Hey there,
    At least I can get my keyboard connected again, but windows kicks it off every 2 or 3 minutes!
    Is there someone out there who can
    Come on Microsoft teckies!!!!
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