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    Bluetooth mouse quite working randomly.

    I may be using an application under Windows 10 and the Bluetooth mouse will suddenly stop working. It will usually return to functionality if I open Settings for Devices for some reason. I have it happen with the touchpad enabled or disabled.

    Any informed suggestions on resolving this appreciated.

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    Here are a few Solutions:

    1. Change Power And Sleep Settings
    1. Go to Settings>System
    2. Now go to Power & Sleep tab
    3. Uncheck both “On battery power, stay connected to WiFi while asleep” and “When plugged-in, stay connected to WiFi while asleep”



    2. Update Bluetooth Driver
    1. Go to Search, type devicemanager, and open Device Manager
    2. Find your Bluetooth mouse, right-click on it, and go to Update driver softwareBluetooth not working Windows 10
    3. Let the wizard scan for updates and apply them (if there are any)
    4. Restart your computer and try to connect your Bluetooth mouse again



    3. Check If The Bluetooth Service Is Running
    1. Press Windows key + R to open the elevated Run command line.
    2. In the command line, type services.msc and press Enter.
    3. Navigate to Bluetooth support service.Bluetooth not detecting devices Windows 10
    4. If it’s set to Started, it is fine. If not, right-click and choose Start.



    4. Run The System troubleshooter
    1. Open Settings.
    2. Click on Update & security.
    3. Choose Troubleshoot from the left pane.Bluetooth paired but not connected Windows 10
    4. Click on Run the troubleshooter under the Bluetooth icon.
    5. Follow the instructions.



    5. Restart The Bluetooth Mouse
    1. Go to Search, type control panel, and open Control Panel.
    2. Go to Hardware and Sound, and then click Bluetooth Devices.
    3. Select your Bluetooth mouse, and then choose Remove.Bluetooth paired but not connected Windows 10
    4. Click Add, reset the device, select the My device is set up and ready to be found check box, and then click Next.
    5. If the device is not found, restart it again. When the device is found, select it, and then click Next.
    6. Follow the installation instructions in the wizard.
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