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    If you're having issues with an external device, you can use these steps to disable it, instead of disconnecting it from a Windows 10 PC.
    In Windows 10, there are numerous reasons to disable a device. For example, if the integrated Bluetooth adapter isn't working as expected, and you're replacing it with an external adapter; you're experiencing issues with a particular piece of hardware, and disabling and re-enabling may fix the problem; or you don't use the hardware or peripheral, and you're unable to physically disconnect it from your computer — just to name a few.
    Whatever the reason it may be, you can use Device Manager to quickly disable or enable any device (such as Bluetooth and network adapters, keyboard, printers, and webcams) installed or connected to your computer.

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    01-15-2019 06:11 AM

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