Usually, a Code 10/43 error is a temporary error, generated when Device Manager can’t start the hardware device. However this error is considered a generic message indicating an unspecified problem. This most commonly occurs after running a Windows* Update that includes Wi-Fi or Bluetooth updates.
Method 1: Check is your Bluetooth device turned on.
Method 2: Test Bluetooth device on another machine.
Method 3: Restart your Windows.
Method 4: Run Troubleshoot tool.
Method 5: Uninstall USB Controllers.
Bluetooth cannot be enabled
In Device Manager, there is a Yellow bang (!, exclamation point) next to the Bluetooth or Wireless (Wi-Fi) device
In Device Manager, the properties of the Bluetooth or Wireless device shows status = “This device cannot start. (Code 10) STATUS_DEVICE_POWER_FAILURE”
Right click on the device.
Click Do not remove device.
check the box.
Restart your computer by clicking Start Power > > Restart.
The device should respond normally to a reboot.
Error code forty-three can be caused by hardware problems or corrupted driver or settings. To resolve this issue, we recommend a fresh install of the latest graphics drivers provided by the system type as these drivers appear to be custom.
Delete and re-add the Bluetooth device. If you’re having a problem with a device already connected to your computer, which in this case is paired, here’s what to do first
Allow the Bluetooth device to browse your PC. Well, if your PC’s Bluetooth is no longer showing up on your mobile devices, you need to enable Bluetooth discovery now.
Update the bluetooth driver.
Open “Device Manager”.
Right-click on the best device driver and select Properties.
Go whatever you can > “Drivers” “Roll back driver”.
Use the following solutions to fix the general “Bluetooth driver required” error in Windows 10: Check for pending Windows updates.
Run the Bluetooth Troubleshooter
Look for the hidden driver
Manually install each of our generic drivers
Run the Bluetooth SFC command
Use the exact DISM command
Cancel last repair
Run the Bluetooth troubleshooter. Press the Windows key, type Troubleshoot, and then click Troubleshoot Settings.
On the right pane of the windshield, scroll down to “Search and Bluetooth”.
Now browse Bluetooth and click Run this troubleshooter.
Now follow the instructions displayed on the screen.
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