Unable to find out the Bluetooth devices from Dell laptop.

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For the very first time the Bluetooth of my Dell laptop worked properly.

But after reinstallation of windows, now the Bluetooth can't find any devices nearby its coverage area.

I have tried this process more than 25 times but always it shows 'failed to connect'.

Please suggest to solve this problem.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #100519

Unable to find out the Bluetooth devices from Dell laptop.

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Below is the solution of your problem.

Make sure Windows is configured to accept incoming Bluetooth connections.

Step 1.

Check on the Control Panel for Bluetooth enabled devices. To do this:

Click on the Start button and then go to Control Panel. Click Hardware and Sound and then Bluetooth Devices. Under the Options tab, tick the Allow Bluetooth devices to connect to this computer check box and then click the OK button.

If this doesn't help, continue with Step 2.

Step 2.

Uninstall and Reinstall the device.

Click on the Start button and then go to Control Panel. Click Hardware and Sound and then Bluetooth Devices. Choose the Bluetooth device that does not work and then click Uninstall. Click Add and then press the Reset button on your device. Choose My device is set up and ready to be found check box and then click Next. If you were unable to find the device, repeat the steps above. When the device is found, click Next. And then follow the on-screen instructions.

Ensure that the Bluetooth device is on and the batteries are working.

Ensure that the Bluetooth adapter is connected and turned on and set to Discoverable.

Troubleshoot problems with Bluetooth enabled devices:

Regards,

Khurram

Answered By 0 points N/A #100520

Unable to find out the Bluetooth devices from Dell laptop.

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If your firewall frequently disables itself then it most likely is caused by a virus or malware infection on your system.

Run a security scan in your system using up to date security software which can be an antivirus or an antimalware software.

If there are no infections found try running a system file checker so that your computer can try to search for corrupted files and fix them.

After that is done check if it is fixed, if not, try running Startup Repair and check if that helps.

Otherwise just get a fresh copy of windows by reinstalling it.

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