How To Fix ”Bluetooth Peripheral Device Driver Not Found”
When you’ve tried to connect your Bluetooth device with Windows 7, 8 or Windows 10 you may receive this error called ”Bluetooth Peripheral Device Driver Not Found”. However, there are several reasons in which this error appears on your computer display screen.
The main reason this error occurs because in your computer you’ve don’t install a device driver or the device driver outdated. So to fix this bug you’ve to first of all check the device driver and its update.
If you don’t know where to find out the device driver then keep reading. Below you see some step-by-step guides to know how to locate device drivers on your PC.
How To Install Bluetooth Device Driver on Windows
You can easily install a Bluetooth device driver on your computer and after that, you can connect any wireless device to your computer.
Step 1 :
Download the Windows Mobile Device Center (current version 6.1) it works for both Windows 7 and Vista.
Step 2 :
Now install the software on your computer but it does not work after completing the installation processor.
Note: You’ve manually configured its settings on your Bluetooth device.
Step 3 :
Open to Device Manager through Control Panel or press (Windows Key + R) and type device manager and hit the enter button.
Step 4 :
You’ll see an ‘Unknown Device’ named ‘Bluetooth Peripheral Device’. Right Click on it and click on “Update Driver Software“.
For more information regarding this issue, you can visit the Microsoft Official supporting webpage. I hope this article will help you.