As the laptop appears to have a built-in Bluetooth adapter, if you uninstall it, Windows will "find new hardware" when you reboot and reinstall it. Only if you can physically remove the Bluetooth adapter, which is unlikely, will you be able to prevent this from happening.
>>> I get a message when I restart my computer
>>> regarding the installation of Blue-tooth
>>> Peripherals of which I have none.
The built-in Bluetooth adapter is the "peripheral" that is being (re)installed.