Right click on "This PC" and select Manage
In the Computer Management window, select Disk Management toward the bottom of the left side
If a message appears asking if you want to initialize the disk, you can do so and select GPT and click OK
If the disk already has a format, you can right click under where is says Disk # and there should be an option to "Convert to GPT Disk" NOTE: This will erase anything you have on the disk currently.
After the disk is set to GPT, you can right click the unallocated area (should be the whole disk) and choose "Create a New Simple Volume"
Set the file system type and label if desired, this will format the drive
I'm experiencing the same thing as OP and the "fix" from the other thread didn't work.
From the "read first", my answers:
read forum rules ✅
search the docs ✅
search the forum ✅ I found two, the one OP reference and this one; like OP, trying the change outlined in the other post did not work
raspberry pi power supply ✅ I've got an official power supply for my pi 4
official image ✅ I flashed the base retropie image and the experience has been otherwise quite smoth
Installed BaReinhard's repo and rebooted. I was able to connect to the AirPods when it launched back up and for a brief moment sound actually came through from youtube on the AirPods and I thought I may have fixed it, but then it cut out again after about two seconds. I'm getting the feeling that it connects and then gets disconnected almost immediately for some reason. Indeed, looking at bluetoothctl it seems to connect then disconnect to the devices immediately.