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If you are trying to update to the Windows 10 November 2019 Update (Windows 10, version 1909), the Windows 10 May 2019 Feature Update (Windows 10, version 1903), or the Windows 10 October 2018 Update (Windows 10, version 1809), you may encounter an update compatibility hold and receive the message, 'Realtek Bluetooth: Your PC has a driver or service that isn't ready for this version of windows 10. A new version is avialable.'

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Windows 10, version 1909 and Windows 10, version 1903:

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Windows 10, version 1809:


Microsoft has identified compatibility issues with some driver versions for Bluetooth radios made by Realtek. You will need to update to driver version 1.5.1012 or later to remove this safeguard hold. Any earlier version of the driver is affected by this issue.

To safeguard your update experience, we have applied a compatibility hold on devices with affected driver versions for Realtek Bluetooth radios from installing Windows 10, version 1909 or Windows 10, version 1903 until the driver has been updated.

Next steps

You should first try manually checking for updates. For instructions, see Update Windows 10. If you are offered Realtek Bluetooth drivers and they install successfully, then you should now be able to update to Windows 10, version 1909 or Windows 10, version 1903. Select Check for Updates again, it should be offered and install as expected.

If you are not offered Realtek Bluetooth drivers, you will need to manually update the drivers. You can do this by using the following steps:

  1. Download both of the Realtek Bluetooth radio drivers to your preferred folder: Driver 1, Driver 2. Note We recommend downloading them to your Documents folder.

  2. Open File Explorer. If there is no file explorer icon in the task bar, select the search box and enter file explorer and select it.

  3. Within File Explorer, go the Documents folder or the folder you downloaded the drivers to.

  4. Find and double click or double tap on the file named

  5. Select CTRL+a on the keyboard. This should select all of the files

  6. Right click or long press on any of the files and select Extract.

  7. Select the New folder button and rename it Realtek Bluetooth.

  8. Select the Extract button.

  9. In File Explorer, select the back button to go to the location you downloaded the drivers into.

  10. Find and double click or double tap on the file named

  11. Select CTRL+a on the keyboard. This should select all of the files

  12. Right click or long press on any of the files and select Extract.

  13. If you are in the folder named Realtek Bluetooth, then select the New folder button and type Realtek Bluetooth 2.

  14. Select the Extract button.

  15. In the search box on the taskbar, enter device manager, then select Device Manager.

  16. Find Bluetooth and expand it.

  17. Find the Realtek device and right-click or long press on it.

  18. Select Update Driver from the context menu.

  19. Select the Browse my computer for driver software button.

  20. It should default to your Documents folder, if this is where you saved the drivers then just select the Next button. If you did not save the drivers to your Documents folder, select the Browse button and find the folder you downloaded the drivers to and select OK.

  21. It should now find the updated drivers and install them. Wait for this to complete and select Close.

After you have updated your Realtek Bluetooth radio drivers, the safeguard hold should be removed and you should be able to install the newer version of Windows 10.

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This extension installs NVIDIA GPU drivers on Windows N-series VMs. Depending on the VM family, the extension installs CUDA or GRID drivers. When you install NVIDIA drivers using this extension, you are accepting and agreeing to the terms of the NVIDIA End-User License Agreement. During the installation process, the VM may reboot to complete the driver setup.

Instructions on manual installation of the drivers and the current supported versions are available here.An extension is also available to install NVIDIA GPU drivers on Linux N-series VMs.


Operating system

This extension supports the following OSs:

Windows 10Core
Windows Server 2016Core
Windows Server 2012 R2Core

Internet connectivity

The Microsoft Azure Extension for NVIDIA GPU Drivers requires that the target VM is connected to the internet and have access.

Extension schema

The following JSON shows the schema for the extension.


NameValue / ExampleData Type


Azure Resource Manager Template

Azure VM extensions can be deployed with Azure Resource Manager templates. Templates are ideal when deploying one or more virtual machines that require post deployment configuration.

The JSON configuration for a virtual machine extension can be nested inside the virtual machine resource, or placed at the root or top level of a Resource Manager JSON template. The placement of the JSON configuration affects the value of the resource name and type. For more information, see Set name and type for child resources.

The following example assumes the extension is nested inside the virtual machine resource. When nesting the extension resource, the JSON is placed in the 'resources': [] object of the virtual machine.


Azure CLI

Troubleshoot and support


Data about the state of extension deployments can be retrieved from the Azure portal, and by using Azure PowerShell and Azure CLI. To see the deployment state of extensions for a given VM, run the following command.

Extension execution output is logged to the following directory:

Error codes

Error CodeMeaningPossible Action
0Operation successful
1Operation successful. Reboot required.
100Operation not supported or could not be completed.Possible causes: PowerShell version not supported, VM size is not an N-series VM, Failure downloading data. Check the log files to determine cause of error.
240, 840Operation timeout.Retry operation.
-1Exception occurred.Check the log files to determine cause of exception.
-5xOperation interrupted due to pending reboot.Reboot VM. Installation will continue after reboot. Uninstall should be invoked manually.



If you need more help at any point in this article, you can contact the Azure experts on the MSDN Azure and Stack Overflow forums. Alternatively, you can file an Azure support incident. Go to the Azure support site and select Get support. For information about using Azure Support, read the Microsoft Azure support FAQ.

Next steps

For more information about extensions, see Virtual machine extensions and features for Windows.

For more information about N-series VMs, see GPU optimized virtual machine sizes.