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Rotozaza
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Registered: ‎10-21-2015
Location: Basel
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Buetooth disappeared, assume Hardware Failure, TP Yoga 15, other hint?

After install of new Panatronics headset, totally happy, my Logitech M555d mouse stopped working even more than before, failing every 30 minutes. It failed every 2-3 days before in need of remove and reconnect (pair). 

 

Now after lunch complete bluetooth stack has gone in my latest Windows 10. No Bluetooth settings available anymore.

 

I removed all Bluetooth devices in Device Manager and reinstalled latest Intel Bluethooth driver 64bit from Lenovo support. I even disabled/enabled Bluethooth in BIOS, but no success.

 

It says now STATUS_DEVICE_POWER_FAILURE (Code 10)

 

Maybe someone has a hint, if it isn't a HW issue. Thanks.

 

 


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ThinkPad Yoga 15 with latest Windows 10
Rotozaza
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Registered: ‎10-21-2015
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Re: Buetooth disappeared, assume Hardware Failure, TP Yoga 15, other hint?

All time while testing, OneDock was plugged in. 

 

After I took Yoga home and restarted Bluethooth was up again. Hibernated and plugged-in OneDock in the morning: Bluethooth stack was gone.

I did a restart without OneDock, Bluethooth stack was up again, and only plugged in OneDock after. It works fine since then, including hibernating keeping OneDock plugged in.

 

I dislike such bad magic... keep obeserving.

 

According power failure, I plugged in charging USB of headset to direct source, and not OneDock anymore.


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ThinkPad Yoga 15 with latest Windows 10
kearbear86
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Registered: ‎08-12-2018
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Re: Buetooth disappeared, assume Hardware Failure, TP Yoga 15, other hint?

do i need to get a bluetooth usb

 

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