Bro you're just complicating things in the second picture you posted there is an option called 'add bluetooth device' above on and off button, it's just this much simpleHi Perry,
The first thing I'd do is to go back to Device Manager and then click the last button on the toolbar, labelled "Scan for Hardware Changes" on mouseover. This should detect any Bluetooth adaptor you've got installed and likely install the drivers:
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Just to confirm - it was the Bluetooth adaptor you deleted, not a Bluetooth connected device?
Also, if you go to Settings > Devices, is the "Bluetooth" setting toggled to on?:
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