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boyuan
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built-in blue tooth turned off after windows update KB5003637

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Hi,

 

Just installed the windows update KB5003637. afterwards, my built-in bluetooth was not working. No bluetooth found in the device manager. also, in the bluetooth page in the setting, it showed that bluetooth is turned off. 

 

How to turn it on?

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i re-installed the update. then i restarted the PC. the bluetooth problem automatically disappeared. i don't know precisely why though.

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Can you use Windows Update to "uninstall" that update? If so, does the BlueTooth come back from the dead?

 

If you are not running the very-latest version of Windows 10, upgrade to it, through Windows Update.

 

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i re-installed the update. then i restarted the PC. the bluetooth problem automatically disappeared. i don't know precisely why though.

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