Windows Action Center sent me to some German site for the Toshiba Bluetooth device. The software I downloaded had the file name v63001T_20081226_x64.exe and was 34,171,881 bytes.
It was the first device driver that actually completed its installation successfully, and several Bluetooth devices appeared in my Device Manager. Moreover, after a reboot I got the logo in the taskbar. I was excited.
Much to my dismay, it caused my USB drivers to self-destruct. I went from having a perfectly happy USB subsystem to where every time I reboot the computer forgets how to use the USB. So not only can I not use USB devices but the fingerprint reader won't work and the Bluetooth is "not ready" and etc etc.
So I open the troubleshooter and EVERY TIME I REBOOT I have to spend fifteen minutes letting it re-install drivers for these things.
Why is it Windows is now forgetting the drivers for these devices?