In windows 10 I can’t access blutooth

Installing Windows 10, Bluetooth simply disappeared. I can’t find anything related to Bluetooth in the Device Manager, also in SettingsDevices.

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Here is how to try and fix the problem:

    Open your Device Manager: your Bluetooth device should logically show with a yellow exclamation mark indicating a missing driver.

    Well, this is not exactly a step. It’s only to check if your device is actually detected… :p

    Since the driver isn’t available (yet) from Windows Update, go to Levovo’s drivers download section and find your laptop.

    If there’s an available Windows 10 driver, download and install it.

    If not, then search for a Windows 8.1 driver (that should exist).

    Once downloaded, right click on the setup program and select “Properties”. In the “Compatibility” tab, check the “run this program in compatibility mode for” box, then select “Windows 8” in the drop down menu below. Click “OK” then run the program.

    Windows 10 and 8.1 drivers architectures are very close, if not completely identical most of the time. It should work OK.

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