Hi all my issues are with 5cpyh bluetooth it originally worked...then one day seemed to get buggy and the entry under setting btooth is not listed anymore....and in devmngr its says code 10 about power failure to device...i fell back to bios 043 as someone mentioned,but no go..win 10 64 have tried a few different bt drivers same result....When i try and install driver manually it says could install driver.. pretty annoying any suggestions be great
bluetooth driver version im trying is 19.40.1702.1059.
so even though its shows a driver under devmngr theres nothing actually loaded to make it work at bt is marked triangle..and code 10 status device power failure windows 10 pro fully upto date
previously my s7 was paired and bose headphones thanx in advance phil
I'm sorry about the issue you are having with Bluetooth connection.
By any chance, have you tried uninstalling the https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/26121/Intel-Bluetooth-Technology-Based-Driver-for-Windows-... Bluetooth driver and reinstalling it?
Also, you can try a BIOS update; you can download the latest version here:
https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/26630/BIOS-Update-PYBSWCEL-86A-?product=85254 BIOS Update [PYBSWCEL.86A]
Please check http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/boards-and-kits/000005850.html F7 BIOS Update Instructions for Intel® NUC
Please let me know how it goes.
Yes, you need to uninstall all previous driver versions, shutdown/restart, install latest BIOS (if not already) and then boot into Windows and install latest driver.
thanx for info but that doesnt work.uninstalled drivers upped bios to latest 062 i think in devmngr if i do a manual install the yellow triangl will go away only for seconds and seems to keep refreshing info..but end up triangle......
under the properties its says driver is (number} but it just wont activate...any other options? thank you
Are you sure you uninstalled all driver versions? Right down until it says no driver in Device Manager? If not, try again. You should be downloading the latest BT driver package from Intel's Download Center and installing it manually.
Other than going control panel. Remove programs and uninstalling bt. I've tried uninstalling the device in devmngr. And choosing option to delete driver… maybe it's loading a win 10. After I reboot.. Somewhere theres an option not to use/download ns drivers? // update turned on this morning and it's going!!!
Only thing I did was completely unplug power from it… probably imagination but it's going so thank you…
Sorry my post was a bit garble
I came back and edited past.. Update of issue was to say after unplugging nuc. The bluetooth sprang to life
So I don't know where it corrected itself… but it goes on now.
Thank you appreciated
Thank you for the information and I'm glad that it is working now and I hope you can have better experience with the unit.
Please keep us posted if you encounter the issue again.