The issues related to Windows 10 updates have recently resulted in a lot of apprehensions amongst Windows users. It’s the latest update that is being considered as the root cause of many frustrating problems and issues.

Last month, Microsoft forcibly started pushing its latest update to Windows 10 users, which resulted in Bluetooth connectivity issues. As per recent reports, once you update your Windows 10 version to the buggy 1903 update, you would start facing problems with your Bluetooth connectivity.

Windows 10 1903 machines (most specifically laptops) with internal speakers will no longer support Bluetooth speakers. However, users will still be able to use Bluetooth headphones.

Users will face the following complications with the new Windows 10 updates.

  • Users will not be able to connect Bluetooth speakers to their systems.
  • If connected, the output will be of bad quality, which sounds noisy.
  • The sound generated will be supported by an internal device rather than a Bluetooth device.

The latest update 4505903, also warns that users will face a lot of complicated issues with sound quality and Bluetooth pairing. It is also visible in Device Manager window, where the Bluetooth A2DP source will display an Exclamation mark icon (also known as a Yellow Bang).

In a true incident, one of the users also claimed that the Bluetooth icon completely disappeared from his computer screen post updation. When he reported this issue to Microsoft, It denied the allegations and asked me to contact HP. But finally, they admitted that the root cause of all the problems was the 1903 update.

As a solution, Microsoft has come up with a detailed workaround. As an attempt to mitigate this problem, Microsoft has asked its users to use the System File Checker in the Command prompt windows. By typing SFC/scan now, users can identify and repair missing and corrupted files. However, not every user will be happy to use this tiresome process.

  • From the Device Panel open the Command console.
  • Type sfc/scannow and then press the “Enter” button.
  • Once completed, restart your computer system.

All-in-all, Microsoft is yet to provide a feasible and workable solution for its Windows 10 update and is in no mood to pull it back.


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