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Windows 10 users have reported to have problems with their Atheros Bluetooth driver on and off for months since the upgrade. When Bluetooth driver is sloppy, your Bluetooth devices, wireless mouse, wireless keyboard, wireless headphone, are not working properly.
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I noticed that the release notes for service pack 1 for Windows Server 2008 R2 says that it enables Bluetooth support.
I've apply the upgrade but I could not figure out how to get my Bluetooth devices to work. Do you still need to copy the Windows 7 drivers like the pre-SP1 blogs and articles say?
This is on a Dell Precision M4500 and Dell Precision T3500 with a Bluetooth dongle attached.