Csr Bluetooth Driver Windows 10

This explains how I got the CSR 4.0 bluetooth dongle to work with Windows 10 Home. CSR Bluetooth Dongle Windows 10. Konica Minolta 1600w Driver Windows 10 here. Video was of old driver setup. Download the latest version of CSR Bluetooth Chip drivers according to your computer's operating system.

Hi, Based on the details that you have shared, there is a possibility that the Bluetooth dongle is not compatible with your Windows 10 PC. To help you solve this issue, we would like to ask for additional information: • Have you tried inserting the dongle into a different USB port? • Were you able to test the device to a different PC and encountered the same issue? • What build and version of Windows 10 are you using? • Have you made any recent changes or installed updates prior to the issue?

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We will wait for your quick response. Having a same issue with CSR v4.0 Dongle Bluetooth USB since Updates for Windows 10 Version 1703 was automatically installed on 17/Sep/17 • Have you tried inserting the dongle into a different USB port?

>Yes, tried out all three different port and all same manner • Were you able to test the device to a different PC and encountered the same issue? >have only one PC at home. • What build and version of Windows 10 are you using? >10.0.15063 Build 15063 • Have you made any recent changes or installed updates prior to the issue? >no other change has not been made and bluetooth device was working properly.

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