If your computer’s Bluetooth driver is outdated or corrupt, you may see the Bluetooth Check Radio Status error. Additionally, the issue may have been brought on by the system’s old BIOS or Windows.

When the user attempts to utilise Bluetooth (often internal) on his system, the following notice appears: “The Bluetooth toggle switch is not functioning (in some situations, the switch was not even present), and the Bluetooth troubleshooter cannot be launched.”


Method 1: Add The Bluetooth Gadget Via Devices And Printers

Check Bluetooth Radio Status

If you’re having trouble connecting your Bluetooth device, try adding it using the tray icon (and an OS glitch is stopping the execution of the process). It’s possible that adding the Bluetooth device through the Settings menu would fix the issue.

Step 1: Right-click the network (or Wi-Fi) icon in the system tray, then select Open Network & Internet Settings.

Step 2: Then, click Change Adapter Options in the submenu labelled “Advanced Network Settings.”

Step 3: Launch Bluetooth Network Connection, then choose the View Bluetooth Network Devices menu option.

Step 4: You may test your Bluetooth connection by clicking the Add a Device button in the Devices and Printers box.

Method 2: Get The Most Recent Versions of Windows And Drivers For Your Computer.

The Bluetooth issue may manifest if the operating system and associated hardware drivers have not been updated in some time (as it may create the incompatibility between the essential OS modules).

The issue may be remedied by installing the latest OS and system drivers (particularly the Bluetooth driver).

Step 1: Windows should be updated manually, and it’s important to check that there are no pending optional updates.

Step 2: If the problem persists, try installing the most recent drivers for your computer. A programme that checks for and instals updates is available (like Dell Support Assistant).

Step 3: Once you’ve updated the drivers, you can see if the Bluetooth problem has been fixed.

Step 4: If you don’t see the Power User menu, hit the Windows and X keys at the same time. The next step is to go to the Device Manager.

Step 5: Next, pick the Bluetooth menu option and then right-click on your device.

Step 6: Select Update Driver, and then click the option labelled “Search Automatically for Drivers.”

Step 7: As soon as the driver has been updated, try connecting to Bluetooth again after restarting the computer.

Step 8: If you don’t see this option, go back through steps 4-6 and choose Browse My Computer for Drivers at step 6.

Step 9: Click the drop-down menu next to Let Me Pick from a List of Available Drivers on My Computer and then click one of the drivers.

Step 10: Follow the on-screen prompts to finish installing the software, and then restart your computer to see if the Bluetooth problem has been fixed.

Step 11: In that case, you can go back and try again with a different driver at Step 9. If you do not want to see a list of compatible hardware, you can deselect that option.

Step 12: All of the available drivers are open for testing, so you can see if a different one solves the Bluetooth issue.

Method 3: A Bluetooth Driver Reinstall is in Order.

If your computer’s Bluetooth driver is broken, you could see the Check Radio Status error. In such a case, reinstalling the Bluetooth driver could be the answer to your problems.

Step 1: First, fire up your preferred web browser and head over to the manufacturer’s site to grab the most up-to-date Bluetooth driver (for example, the Dell website).

Step 2: First, make sure no other programmes are open, and then press and hold the Windows key while clicking the menu option.

Step 3: In order to do so, go to Device Manager right now and expand the Bluetooth option.

Step 4: Then, choose the Bluetooth device (such Intel Wireless Bluetooth) and click the right mouse button to select Uninstall.

Step 5: Click the Uninstall button after selecting the checkbox next to Delete the Driver Software for This Device.

Step 6: As soon as the driver has been removed, turn off your computer (don’t reboot) and wait 3 seconds.

Step 7: Turn the machine on, and let Windows find and install the appropriate Bluetooth driver automatically (if it does so).

Step 8: Now you should see if Bluetooth is functioning correctly. Install the newest driver (which you should have downloaded in step 1) as an administrator if it hasn’t already.

Step 9: After that, restart your computer and see if Bluetooth is working properly.