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So I finally got around to finishing my new built. I've been sitting on parts for months.

I enabled Bluetooth (BT) in the BIOS. I load Windows 10 Pro x64 (latest build), enable BT in Windows and enable BT discovery in Windows - all important steps. I then try and get the R5E10 to see my new Xbox One controller over BT (yes, the latest controllers supports BT). Nothing. Absolutely nothing - I can't get the R5E10 to see jack over BT.

Looooong story short. For the hell of it I enable wireless on the R5E10 via the BIOS, which was previously disabled as I had no plans to use it, and I attached the included WiFi antenna. I didn't install any new BT drivers or change any BT settings in Windows. Guess what... the R5E10 now sees my controller.

This is nuts. I don't know how or why BT is "connected" to WiFi on the R5E10, but it should not be.

Hope this helps someone else. I Google'd this for quite awhile last night and came up with nothing.
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Sure would be nice if the MB manufacturer explained this...looking at YOU ASUS!
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Originally Posted by D749 View Post

So I finally got around to finishing my new built. I've been sitting on parts for months.

I enabled Bluetooth (BT) in the BIOS. I load Windows 10 Pro x64 (latest build), enable BT in Windows and enable BT discovery in Windows - all important steps. I then try and get the R5E10 to see my new Xbox One controller over BT (yes, the latest controllers supports BT). Nothing. Absolutely nothing - I can't get the R5E10 to see jack over BT.

Looooong story short. For the hell of it I enable wireless on the R5E10 via the BIOS, which was previously disabled as I had no plans to use it, and I attached the included WiFi antenna. I didn't install any new BT drivers or change any BT settings in Windows. Guess what... the R5E10 now sees my controller.

This is nuts. I don't know how or why BT is "connected" to WiFi on the R5E10, but it should not be.

Hope this helps someone else. I Google'd this for quite awhile last night and came up with nothing.

BT comes from the same controller as the WIFI in almost every single case.
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BT comes from the same controller as the WIFI in almost every single case.

Okay. Then why does ASUS have two seperate options in the BIOS - one to enable/disable BT and one to enable/disable WiFi? This would imply, at least to me, that they're not linked together. doh.gif
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Originally Posted by D749 View Post

Okay. Then why does ASUS have two seperate options in the BIOS - one to enable/disable BT and one to enable/disable WiFi? This would imply, at least to me, that they're not linked together. doh.gif

The RVE10 uses the Broadcom BCM94360 for WIFI and BT, as far as disabling one and not the other, it's like disabling cores or HT in a CPU, BT 4.0 is a feature of the card.
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