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Bluetooth problems

Dues
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Hi kind of new here, been trying to fix something weird going on with my Bluetooth function. I recently did a rig overhaul to the point that only my hard drives remain from my old one. This means New motherboard and native Bluetooth capability. Unfortunately, as all efforts like this go, I have encountered problems, most have been worked out, but there is one that has persisted. My Intel Wireless Bluetooth is showing extremely short range, as in even sitting at my desk and moving my head in the wrong direction cuts out the connection, and my connection and its quality is dodgy in general. I have tried the following to remedy this:

-Reboot the rig

-Turn bluetooth on and off.

-Attempted to remove devices(fine for phone, my headset can not be removed it seems)

-Use alternative, usb drive

-Remove and re-add the intel bluetooth.

So far, none of these have worked and I'm at a loss as what to do. Anyone got any ideas?

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n_scott_pearson
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Did you check the the antenna leads are both properly connected to the WiFi card?

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Dues
Beginner
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Know where I can find both on my motherboard? Its a B450 Aorus Pro Wii CF

AlHill
Super User
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"Know where I can find both on my motherboard? Its a B450 Aorus Pro Wii CF"

I will bet gigabyte can tell you.  It is their board.

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)

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