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Re: Linking to Macbookpro laptop
Technically bluetooth in inbuilt in MacBook. If you are using a iMac, you can plug the blluetooth device into any of the USB socket and istall the software wich comes along with the bluetooth dongle/device to start using it.
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Go to system preferences then to keyboard and mouse then click on the bluetooth tab, at the bottom right of the screen is "Set Up New Device" click on this and the Bluetooth Setup Assistant will come up. Follow the instructions and you will be able to setup your mouse. Hope this helps.
The sudden shutdown, is caused by an overheat problem.
Notice that the laptop is hotter than usual when it happens.
As a quick solution, get a vacumm and **** the dust accumulated on the fan or fans.
That should bring your laptop back to work.
In more serious cases, the heat sink will need to be cleaned up.
If you are not familiar with the process you should seek for professional help.
The other slot is located under the keyboard on the top of the motherboard - not under. There may be screws on the bottom that secure the panel above the keyboard. Remove the panel and you will see the screws securing the keyboard. If you are careful, you may not have to disconnect the keyboard connector.
Assuming it''s still fairly new and the batteries are still fresh, my guess is the hub that plugged into the laptop is loose or you're trying to use the mouse in an area that it can't communicate with the hub. I do hope this solves your problem and we all feel rather stupid the first time we have a computer problem until someone explains it!
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