How to Fix ASUS Bluetooth Driver Not Working in Easy Steps

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If you’re experiencing issues like Bluetooth cannot connect, Bluetooth often disconnects, or see an exclamation mark against the Bluetooth driver in Device Manager, it’s time to update the driver. The best way to fix the issue and update the ASUS Bluetooth adapter driver is to use Advanced Driver Updater. You can identify corrupt drivers and update them in just a few clicks. To get the tool and update drivers, click the download button.

A Bluetooth driver is software that helps your Windows operating system interact with the Bluetooth device and vice-versa. They are unique to each device and operating system; therefore, you’ll probably need a different driver for Windows 10, Windows 8, or Windows 7 than for Windows XP for the same Bluetooth device. Also, one driver works only with a single type of Bluetooth device. This is why when the required driver is missing; you face a Bluetooth driver error. Fortunately, there’s a way to fix it, and in this post, we will discuss how to troubleshoot ASUS Bluetooth driver Windows 10.

Common Bluetooth Driver Problems:

  • Bluetooth device not found. Please verify that your Bluetooth device is connected correctly and turned on.
  • Bluetooth cannot start, & Hardware not found.
  • The device is not configured correctly. (Code 1)
  • This device cannot start. (Code 10)

Check This- How To Download ASUS Drivers For Windows 11,10

How to Fix ASUS Bluetooth Driver Not Working?

1. Ensure Bluetooth is Turned on

  • Press Windows + I to open Windows Settings.
  • Click Devices.

  • Bluetooth & other devices from left pane > and turn it on.

Now try connecting; if it doesn’t work, move to the next method.

2. Reinstall the Bluetooth device

  • In Windows search, enter Device Manager > open it.

  • Locate Bluetooth category > double click to expand it > right-click on your Bluetooth device > Uninstall device.

  • Confirm that you wish to uninstall the driver > click Uninstall.
  • Reboot PC.
  • Windows will now install a new driver automatically. Now try connecting the Bluetooth device; you should not face any problem.

3. Update Bluetooth Driver Manually

  • Press Windows + X > select Device Manager.
  • Double click the Bluetooth category to expand it.
  • Right-click on the Bluetooth driver > Update driver.
  • Select Search automatically for drivers > wait for Windows to look for updates for the ASUS Bluetooth driver updates.
  • Restart PC to apply changes.

Try Advanced Driver Updater, a driver updating tool, if this doesn’t work. Sometimes Windows fails to show the latest updates as the driver is not added to its database. In such cases, using a driver updating tool or visiting the manufacturer’s website to check for the latest driver updates is suggested. To use Advanced Driver Updater, follow these steps.

3.1 Update ASUS Bluetooth Driver – Automatically

If Device Manager found no update, try downloading the latest driver for your Bluetooth device using professional driver updater software. Advanced Driver Updater is a dedicated software designed to detect outdated drivers and show compatible driver updates. To use it, follow these steps:

  • Download and install Advanced Driver Updater.
  • Launch the best driver updating tool for Windows.

adu scan start

  • Click Start Scan Now to scan the PC for outdated drivers.

adu scan start1

  • To update the Bluetooth driver for Free, click the Update driver next. However, if you want to update all outdated drivers at once, you need the registered version.

adu update all

  • Restart PC to apply changes.

Now try to use the Bluetooth device; you should not face any problems.

4. Check if the Bluetooth Service is Running

  • In Windows, search type services.msc and open Services.
  • Find the Bluetooth Support Service.

  • If this service is not enabled,> right-click > select Start. If it’s enabled, right-click it and select Restart.

  • Wait for the process to finish > reboot the PC.

5. Run the Windows Troubleshooter

  • Press Windows + I to open Settings.
  • Click Updates & Security > Troubleshoot > Additional Troubleshooters.

  • Select Bluetooth and go to the option that says Run the troubleshooter.

  • Click Follow further on-screen instructions and let the process finish.
  • Restart your computer.

6. Change Power Saving Options

  • Press Windows + X > select Device Manager.
  • Go to the Bluetooth category > double click to expand it > right-click the Bluetooth device > select Properties.
  • Navigate to Power Management > uncheck Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power.
  • Now click on OK to save the changes.

It might seem unrelated; however, power-saving settings might disable the Bluetooth device.

7. Try a Different USB port

There’s a chance your Bluetooth peripheral is fine, but the USB port isn’t. To clear the doubt, try another USB port and see if it makes a difference.

Wrap Up

That’s about it; we hope at least one of these solutions helped resolve the Bluetooth problem in Windows 10. If you have any questions or suggestions, just let us know in the comments section. Also, for any assistance related to the product, you can contact support at support@systweak.com.

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