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Windows makes me reinstall the bluetooth driver every startup

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[I really HOPE I'm posting this in the right section, I'm sorry if not.]

 

I bought an Gigabyte AORUS WBAX200 network card a few months ago. The wifi works perfectly fine and at the rated transfer rates.

Bluetooth works really good as well...or so I thought until I restarted.

 

Long story short, bluetooth stops working every time windows startups. The only way of getting it to work is to open the bt driver installer and hit "repair" which will fix it until the next time.

 

It's quite annoying, anybody knows what could cause this? Windows gives a generic "driver issue" error with no further details.

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What drivers are you using? Should be able to get the AX200 drivers direct from Intel. If those have issues, then it's probably just a weird card. I had a TP-Link AX200 PCIe card and it was unreliable with similar issues, returned it and got an Intel AX200 M.2 kit and it's worked without issue since. 

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