Any "Update Driver" button in Windows should be avoided or when it fails you use drivers from the laptop maker for your model.
Also, not all Nitro 5's have Bluetooth ( https://www.bestbuy.com/site/acer-nitro-5-15-6-gaming-laptop-intel-core-i5-8gb-memory-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1050-ti-256gb-solid-state-drive-shale-black/6212602.p?skuId=6212602 )
I've found folk struggle for weeks only to discover the model didn't have it.
I've been trying to troubleshoot my Bluetooth for the past two weeks, and I'm officially breaking down and asking for help. I've tried everything I could find and still nothing has worked. To start off, I'm using an Acer Nitro 5 with the latest version of Windows 10 installed. I've updated my Bluetooth drivers. I've deleted and re-downloaded my Bluetooth drivers. I've restarted my Bluetooth support service five times. I've restarted my computer. I've turned my Bluetooth off and back on again. The only service that shows any indication that something is wrong is the troubleshooter which tells me to "Check Bluetooth radio status." I just want to connect a Controller, but every time I hit "Add Bluetooth or Other Device" and enter the Bluetooth sub menu I just get a window saying that it couldn't connect. Kind people of Cnet, please help a guy out.