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    Hi,
    Got this working. For anyone else with the problem, I just reset the CMOS and selected "Load optimized defaults" in the BIOS. Once the PC rebooted, bluetooth was working again.

    Weird how it just stopped in the first place, but anyway I'm a happy camper again. Hope this helps someone else.

    jfg

    p.s. keep in mind the steps I'd taken in the previous post, i.e. reinstalled drivers etc. I don't know if I would have had to do that after resetting the CMOS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somethingsketchy View Post
    I just did a power cycle on my machine after reading the kavanavak's response and my bluetooth comes back if power is pullled from the machine. I normally only do restarts and shutdowns but not a power cycle. I will keep testing to see if I can get any more info.
    I had the same issue on a Maximus XI Gene, I just plugged it off and the restarted it and the bluetooth device was detected, TY

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    I came to this thread through google. power cycle works, no need to take out CMOS batt.

    It will disconnect after connecting but I have a suspicion that when I held it close to the motherboard, it connected, then when I pulled away, it disconnected.

    Guys, I think it might be that my GPU is vertical in my case, causing a serious reduction in the signal strength of Bluetooth. LOL!?

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    Well, same thing just happened again (see posts 03-17-2020 and 04-02-2020 above).
    No driver updates, running latest BIOS, bluetooth just disappeared, Windows thinking I didn't have the hardware.
    This time I just reset the CMOS (pressing the button on the back), reboot, and it's back.
    Must be a bug in the BIOS somewhere.

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