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The mouse keeps getting erased from the Bluetooth Devices Menu

I?m using an IBM t42p laptop with a built-in Bluetooth radio which worked fine for several weeks with this mouse. For some reason, now the mouse is detected by the computer, when I add it in the Bluetooth Devices Menu, but it is deleted from there immediately. Meanwhile clicking the mouse?s buttons lights the relevant led in the computer?s dashboard, meaning that the computer detects the mouse. The result is that the computer probably detects the mouse but I can?t use it. I?m helpless!!

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Try pairing again.
Or re-install the bluetooth driver.

Posted on Nov 28, 2007


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