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you may need to first add a bluetooth device to ur pc/laptop.
There's usually a "synch" button on the mouse..check underneath where the batteries go..it may be larger, if built to follow the design of the mouse or it may be smaller if its "clearly a button".
You need to attach the bluetooth dongle to ur pc/laptop, then after the drivers install, press the synchchronize button on the mouse.
Apparently the "old Mac" is not detecting the Bluetooth transceiver dongle. Shut it down, remove the dongle and plug it in again. Start up the "old Mac" and see if it now finds the dongle (you will be able to check and uncheck the "On" box in the Bluetooth preferences). Another possibility is the Bluetooth transceiver has gone bad on you.
go to add hardware option and search your device and when it says to install the software select the option to install it automatically and then you will be asked for an internet connection and the software will be installed automatically
If your Mac has Bluetooth, you can connect to the phone via a bluetooth connection and use it as a modem. You first need a connection profile on the phone that will allow an IP connection (data) to your phone network, either via 3G or GPRS, though the former is potentially faster.
Then you need to Go into system preferences->Network on your Mac and create a Bluetooth connection profile that may need a user name and password to connect to your phone networks data access point.
Then select the IP profile on the phone, turn Bluetooth on. Turn on Bluetooth on the Mac and select the Bluetooth connection profile in Network on the Mac and click on the connect button, it should then connect and away you go