The most common method of connecting wireless mice and keyboards with the system is via bluetooth. However, many user have reported an issue where they are unable to disconnect their mouse and/or keyboard once it is connected wirelessly.
The cause could be an issue with either the Bluetooth service or the Bluetooth drivers.
1] Run the Bluetooth troubleshooter (Settings >> Updates and Security >> Troubleshoot >> Bluetooth troubleshooter).
2] Remove interfering wireless/Bluetooth devices from the range of your computer’s Bluetooth signals. This has helped for many users.
Try the following solutions one by one:
Fix 1 – Using Control Panel
1. Go to Control Panel.
2. Click on view Devices & Printers.
3. Do a Right Click on the device and click on remove device .
If you are not being able to remove it from Control panel, do the following steps : –
1. Turn Airplane Mode on.
2. Disconnect Bluetooth device from Settings (Also remove it from default device)
3. Open Device Manager. Search device manager in windows 10 search box and click on Device manager.
4. Click on View and then click on Show Hidden devices.
5. Now, Expand Bluetooth and right click and uninstall the Bluetooth device, which is giving you problem.
6. Now, Go and try again to remove it from control panel
Fix 2 – Using Bluetooth Command tool
2. Be careful with ads on the website and carefully download Bluetooth command line tools setup package .
3. Put the device in Pairing mode.
4. Search Powershell in Windows 10 search box and then right click on Powershell icon and Open Powershell as administrator.
5. Type btpair -u in Powershell command window and hit enter key from keyboard.
Windows will prompt you if you want to allow pairing to your device that isn’t working.
Thats it. The problem will get fixed.
Fix 2] Change the properties of all services related to Bluetooth
There are 3 services on which the functionality of Bluetooth depends. They are: Bluetooth Audio Gateway Service, Bluetooth Support Service, and Bluetooth User Support Service.
1] Press Win + R to open the Run windows and type the command services.msc. Press Enter to open the Service Manager window.
2] Locate the above-mentioned services (one by one) and right-click on the service selected.
4] Select Properties.
5] Change the Startup type to Manual (Triggered) and click on Start.
6] Click on Apply and then on OK to save the settings.
Fix 3] Update the Bluetooth drivers
At times this issue could be because if corrupt or obsolete drivers.
1] Press Win + R to open the Run window. Type the command devmgmt.msc and hit Enter to open the Device Manager.
2] Expand the list of Bluetooth drivers.
3] Right-click and update the Bluetooth drivers one by one.
4] Restart the system.
Fix 4] Restart the system in Clean Boot state
Restart the system in clean boot state and check for interfering Startup programs. Here’s the procedure for restarting a system in Clean Boot.