Sometimes, when you are trying to connect your Bluetooth device with the Windows 10 PC, but an error message appears on the screen that Windows is unable to connect with your Bluetooth network device, so here we provide you what you should do to fix or resolve this error.
Generally, this error message can occur while the user is trying to connect their mobile phones or any other Bluetooth network device with your Windows operating system.
However, there are various other reasons of Windows operating system was unable to connect to your Bluetooth network device, including it might be turned off, it might not be configured to accept some connections or due to out of range. Discuss the credentials of your device for the information on how to configure it for accepting the connections.
Steps to Fix Windows was Unable to Connect with your Bluetooth Network Device Error
Here, we provide complete and easy steps and the following steps will surely work, only if your Bluetooth device is placed near your computer. Since the range is one of the most significant factors while connecting to a Bluetooth network device, so, for this you should need to keep your mobile or any other Bluetooth network device closer to your computer system. Below we provide the three most working solutions to this problem. The steps are mentioning below-
1- Check Bluetooth Services
There is one Bluetooth related service, which helps you in running the Bluetooth. If the services have been stopped due to some reason, then the error might occur on your computer system. To check the open Services, you can also take the help of Cortana, or you can also use Run prompt option.
- Click together on Win + R,
- Type the MSC on your screen.
- Then, click on the Enter button.
- Now, search for Bluetooth Support Service and double-click on it to open the Properties.
- Confirm the service status is showing as Running. If it shows as Stopped, then you need to click on the Start button.
- Check that the type of startup is set on Manual.
- Restart Bluetooth Network Driver
If your Bluetooth device driver is insulating in the background, then you might not be able to connect with any of the Bluetooth devices with your computer system. To fix this issue, you should need to restart your Bluetooth driver and check it that it solves your problem or not.
- To start the process, click on the Win + X option
- Select Device Manager
- Click on expanding the Bluetooth menu option
- Then, right-click on the Bluetooth driver
- Then, select Disable device option.
- It will ask you for the confirmation, then click on the Yes option.
- Again, right-click on the same driver
- Then, click on the Enable device option.
- You might also need to click on the Action option
- Click on the Scan for hardware changes option, to get the latest changes.
- Run the Bluetooth Troubleshooter
On Windows 10, you might find some various troubleshooter with a user-friendly interface, and you can also use them to fix or resolve a problem.
To run the Bluetooth Troubleshoot, you need to follow the given steps:
– Click to open Windows Settings option
– Then, click on the Update & Security option
– Then, click on the Troubleshoot option.
– On your right-hand side of the screen, you found an option called as Bluetooth. Then, click on the option and click on Run the troubleshooter option.
– Follow the on-screen option to run the Bluetooth settings properly.