My Toshiba Portege Z835 laptop has the Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6230 wifi/Bluetooth chip.
When I installed it, the Bluetooth worked fine. I didn't use it, so I uninstalled the Bluetooth bit or disabled it, honestly I don't remember any more.
Now, I'd like to use my Bluetooth numpad again, but I can't make the Bluetooth work for the life of me. By work, I mean make it show up in the control panel, or Windows acknowledge its existence at all.
I've tried uninstalling the software through the control panel, I've tried uninstalling the device and its drivers through Device Manager itself, CCleaner multiple times at multiple points, and even though wifi all works great, Windows just refuses to acknowledge that it has a Bluetooth adapter installed.
Any ideas on what else I can try? Thanks!