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Bluetooth fails to connect

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Whereas all devices pair successfully, Instant I click on "connect", it shows an error message "that doesn't work, make sure your device etc". This happens with no delay, and regardless of a device, as if system fails to even start the task.

Things I tried doing:

- Unpairing and pairing it again

- Reloading the PC

- Running built-in diagnostics

- Updating drivers

- Deleting drivers

- Restarting bluetooth service

- Reinstalling Windows

- Resetting BIOS

...with no success whatsoever. Is there any, ANY chance it might be fixed?

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@Sirruthf wrote:

Whereas all devices pair successfully, Instant I click on "connect",...


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Why you have to click to connect ? They will connect automatically because all devices pair successfully . Do you connect to more than one device at the same time ?

 

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Of course, not. I should've mentioned, I guess. When I add new device, it pairs, then for a brief moment remains connected, and then just says "paired". Upon which moment, I, in my turn, click the connect button.

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