With the advancement of the systems today, everything can be connected to the computer with Bluetooth there by making most of the devices wireless. This has proved to be efficient in the long run as t who likes being surrounded with wires all around. Anyway this facility also at times become a little annoying as an error saying, ”Bluetooth is paired but not connected” has a frequent occurrence. However, fixing this error involves the following solutions:
Solution 1: Restarting the Bluetooth icon
This may also involve a few steps:
- The run box has to open and hence one has to press the Windows Key+ R key to get the run dialog box. As the dialog box opens, one should type msc in the box and press Enter to open the services window.
- As the services window opens, one should fid and right-click on all the Bluetooth related services (such as Bluetooth handsfree service, Bluetooth support service etc.) available and choose the restart option.
- Again on all the services, one should right-click on it and choose the option properties following which one must choose the startup type to be automatic from the drop down menu that occurs and then clicking on Ok in order to save the changes in the settings done.
Solution 2: Reinstalling the Bluetooth driver
Even this solution involves the following steps:
- The run box has to open and hence one has to press the Windows key+ R Key to get the run dialog box. As the dialog box opens, one should type msc in the box and press Enter to open the device manager window.
- As the Device Manager window opens, one needs to find and expand the Bluetooth dialog and then right click on it and choose the uninstall device and uninstall all the Bluetooth device drivers.
- After the installation is done, then all the Bluetooth devices should be reinstalled from the Bluetooth device manufacturer’s website in the PC.