I have upgraded my laptop from Win7 to Win10 and the very first thing I had to do was to update 10 years old Win7 Wirelles 1702 802.11b/g/n driver to current Windows 8 version (because at this time there is no Win10 driver available). When I have executed Dell Wireless Win8 1702 802.11b,g,n Bluetooth 3.0 + HS Driver combo package the system has stopped instalation, because OS checker has detected that I am not running Win8.
So I had to install Wireless driver manually by pointing to the Wireless driver folder from computer Device Manager. This update went OK, but I don't know how to update Bluetooth drivers, because there are two entries in device manager
1.) Bluetooth Device (Personal Area Network)
2.) Bluetooth Device (RFCOMM Protocol TDI)
both driven with the same Bluetooth driver.
There is also Qualcomm Atheros AR3011 Bluetooth 3.0 entry, which is driven with a different driver of a younger date. This one should be fine.
Extracted folders out of Dell Wireless Win8 1702 802.11b,g,n Bluetooth 3.0 + HS combo package are looking like this.
There is only one extracted Bluetooth-Driver folder which is probably containing drivers for both first mentioned Bluetooth entries.
Can somebody, please, advice me, how to update these two Device Manager Bluetooth entries by having only one extracted 38HYW Bluetooth-Driver folder?
Do I first update Device No.1 and then No.2, or maybe by updating the first one the second one will be automatically updated by the same driver? As already mentioned, automatic Bluetooth driver update does not work and I must install drivers manually.