Fix: Bluetooth Keeps Disconnecting on My PC

Bluetooth is one of the most helpful inventions that help users in connecting devices wirelessly. However, during that process, you might have noticed that sometimes the Bluetooth keeps disconnecting on your computer. It is mostly due to some technical error in the parent device, to which the Bluetooth is connected, or hardware error of the speaker or headset itself.

Fix: “Bluetooth Keeps Disconnecting on My PC” issue

Fix: Bluetooth Keeps Disconnecting on My PC

The “Bluetooth Keeps Disconnecting on My PC” issue can also occur due to multiple technical errors including an internal glitch, incompatible driver, or multiple other scenarios. However, one thing we are sure of is that the issue can be resolved easily in no time. To know-how, have a look down below:

FIX 1: Restart the Bluetooth service

Bluetooth works on some dedicated services on your computer, and thus when it keeps disconnecting, then it is time to check for those services and ensure they are running properly. For doing so, follow the steps given below:

  • Firstly, press Window + R altogether and launch the Run dialogue box.
  • Now inside the empty text field, type services.msc and then click on OK. It will launch the Service window on your computer screen.
  • Now inside the Service window, locate Bluetooth support service from the list, right-click over it and select the option Start, in case it isn’t running. If you find it is running already, click on the Restart.
  • Now once the Bluetooth Support service restarts, again right-click over it and select Properties from the sub-menu.
  • On the next window, under the General tab, set the Startup type as Automatic and then click on OK.

Once done, the “Bluetooth Keeps Disconnecting” issue will no longer exist now.

FIX 2:  Change the Bluetooth power setting:

The “Bluetooth Keeps Disconnecting” issue can also be a result of a low-power state. Here the best solution is to change the Bluetooth power setting. For doing so, follow the steps given below:

  • Firstly, right-click on the Windows icon on your desktop taskbar and select the option Device Manager from the context menu.
  • Now inside the Device Manager window, click and expand the option Bluetooth, right-click on your Bluetooth device and then click on Properties.
  • On the Properties window, navigate to the Power Management tab (from the vertical menu) and then untick the checkbox located before the option Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power.
  • Lastly, click on OK to save the changes and then check whether the said issue got resolved or not.

FIX 3: Reinstall the Bluetooth driver:

A corrupt or outdated Bluetooth driver can at times cut the connection suddenly. Here the most recommended solution is to reinstall the Bluetooth Driver. For doing so, follow the steps given below:

  • Firstly, right-click on the Windows icon on your desktop taskbar and select the option Device Manager from the context menu.
  • Now inside the Device Manager window, click and expand the option Bluetooth, right-click over your Bluetooth device and then select the option Uninstall from the sub-menu.
  • On the next prompt, tick the checkbox for the option Delete the driver software for this device and then click on the Uninstall tab.
  • Lastly, restart your computer. During the start process, your computer will automatically download the missing drivers.

Now check whether the Bluetooth works swiftly now or not.

FIX 4: Run the Bluetooth troubleshooter:

Windows 10 comes with a built-in troubleshooter that helps with resolving most of the errors. Similarly, you can use it for resolving any Bluetooth-related issue as well. For doing so, follow the steps given below:

  • Firstly, go to the desktop search bar, type Troubleshoot, and launch the option Troubleshoot settings from the search results.
  • Then select the Additional troubleshooters and, on the right-pane menu, under the Find and fix other problems section, click on Bluetooth.
  • Further select the Run the troubleshooter tab.
  • Now, wait for the troubleshooting process to get completed. If it suggests for any improvement, follow the on-screen instructions for the same.

Lastly, check whether the said issue got resolved or not.

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FIX 5: Update your Bluetooth driver:

If none of the above-mentioned fixes works for you, then, at last, consider updating your Bluetooth driver. As we always mention, corrupt, outdated or incompatible drivers can result in multiple problems and similarly, it can trigger the Bluetooth keeps on disconnecting issue. Here to resolve it, update your Bluetooth driver with the steps given below:

For updating the Bluetooth driver manually,

  • Firstly, right-click on the Windows icon on your desktop taskbar and select the option Device Manager from the context menu.
  • Now inside the Device Manager window, click and expand the option Bluetooth, right-click on your Bluetooth device and then click on Update Driver.
  • Follow the on-screen instruction to complete the process.

For updating the Bluetooth driver automatically,

Use a dedicated driver updating software. It will not just work on the Bluetooth driver but will simultaneously update all other drivers as well. Using dedicated software cuts down on time and eases out the process.

It was all for the “Bluetooth Keeps Disconnecting” issue. Hopefully, we have provided you with enough information that will help you in resolving the said issue.

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Make sure that apart from trying the above fixes, you also check whether your Bluetooth device is working glitch-free or not. In case none of the above-mentioned fixes works for you, then your Bluetooth device (headset, etc.) might have some problem. If you have any queries or feedback, please write down the comment in the below comment box.

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