How to Fix Status_Device_Power_Failure Bluetooth Error on Windows 10
Does this look familiar?
If you find your Bluetooth device stop working and it shows Status_Device_Power_Failure error of your Bluetooth driver in Device Manager, don’t worry!
We have a quick fix for you.
Step 1. Uninstall the Bluetooth driver you have
a) On your keyboard, press Windows key + X key together to open quick-access menu. Then click Device Manager.
b) On the open window, find and expand Bluetooth catalog. Proceed to right-click on the Bluetooth driver you have and choose Uninstall device.
Step 2. Install the latest Bluetooth driver on your Windows 10
To get the latest Bluetooth driver, you can download the correct one from the manufacturer’s website. Or you can reboot Windows 10 to let Windows 10 reinstall the driver for you.
If you have no time, no patience or if Windows fail to reinstall the driver, let Driver Easy help you then.
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a) Download and install Driver Easy.
b) Run Driver Easy and click Scan Now button. Driver Easy will then scan your computer and detect any problem drivers. Your Bluetooth driver is no exception.
c) With FREE version: Click the Update button next to a flagged Bluetooth driver to automatically download and install the correct driver.
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Note: After installing the latest driver, please reboot your Windows 10 to make the new driver take effect.