So before I explain the problems lets me just say Zorin OS is absolutely amazing and I will never use any other Linux distribution or operating system.
The link to my PC I have so you can see my exact hardware: https://www.amazon.com/ASUS-ROG-Strix-G17-Computer/dp/B09LTF72ST/ref=sr_1_15?crid=19HRDIIEM1U2C&keywords=ROG%2Bstrix%2B17&qid=1646426034&sprefix=rog%2Bstrix%2B17%2Caps%2C202&sr=8-15&th=1
I have no Bluetooth at all and I did everything I could think of, Zorin / Ubuntu does not even see my Bluetooth adapter in the terminal. I have 3rd party software enabled and if it was not for that my wifi6 card would not work either. Does anyone have any idea how to get this working because I love Zorin so I am not switching distributions.
Now for the audio problem, kinda, so when I plug my headphones into my PC the speakers work fine but the microphone is not seen in the headset at all no matter what headset I use. I have to install a tool to make it work (sudo apt install alsa-tools-gui). That and just absolutely randomly my speakers in my headphones or my PC speakers when no headphones are connected will make an awful static sound that will echo the sound like a phone call to a phone call when both people are in the room sort of thing. I is hard to explain but any ideas how to fix this if you know what I mean? Like my point is if fixing my microphone problem caused this static audio problem
That and this is a small problem but my GPU RTX3060 works just fine with proprietary tested divers but neofetch shows (NVIDIA 01:00.0 NVIDIA Corporation). does anyone that has a NVIDIA GPU have a similar weird thing and a possible fix? its a small detail that is not a problem but it is just weird.
EDIT: I have disabled secure-boot and reinstalled Zorin and I still have this problem but I never used Bluetooth in a PC anyway. My GPU Works fine though even before I did this but now I accidentally set in my BIOS a password that you need to enter before the PC boots or go to the BIOS again and I can not remove it now just change it lol. accidentally more secure.