- Aug 11, 2016
- Asus Z170I PRO Gaming
- i5 6600k
- GTX 1060
Maybe you mistakenly enabled "fast boot" in BIOS.
Also, verify bluetooth works on Windows... and if it does check in Windows Device Manager to see which port it is attached to.
USB-C if connected to a Thunderbolt controller usually need to be connected prior to boot (otherwise TB controller not active on PCIe bus).
According to Windows it is on HS07, but the patch from OP enables HS07 :-/
Got the two Pins shielded, last Windows start my Bluetooth device showed up. Now it doesnt anymore. This is weird af. Seems like skunks problem.