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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

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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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