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Deactivate Bluetooth on startup

I want to permanently disable Bluetooth, which I can't seem to do from the OS anymore.

I've read that I need to make the change in my BIOS but I've gone through every setting in the BIOS and I don't see anything that rhymes with Bluetooth.

How do I stop it from launching on startup?

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marked as duplicate by psusi, htorque, Jorge Castro, Marco Ceppi Jan 26 '12 at 2:36

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

Quite often BIOS has two sets of options. Ordinary and Advanced. To see advanced set You have to use some key combination (in my case it is Ctrl+F1) and then appear much more options. To find out if You have such possibility You have to read Your mainboar manual. Regards

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