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Cant get cordless mouse and keyboard to reconnect at the same time only one at a time how do i get them both too respond at same time

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I'm not too great with computers and don't know if this will help, but i have a wireless mouse and keyboard set up on my pc. I have a device that plugs into the usb port that picks up and synchronises the bluetooth rather than it being picked up directly by the computer. I've seen the devices in pc world, so i presume they're quite generic and you should be able to get them in most pc shops.

Hope this gives you an option

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