Question about Computers & Internet
Use a USB keyboard and mouse first. Go to the Control Panel and look for the Bluetooth Devices icon. Delete all BT devices from it. Turn on the bluetooth keyboard and make sure that you see a blue light. Then Add a device from the Bluetooth properties. Click "My device is ready to be found" then hit Next. Once it detects your keyboard just choose "Do not use a passkey". It should be able to detect your BT keyboard. Do the same thing with your mouse.
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Posted on Dec 07, 2008
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