How to fix Bluetooth enabled keyboard or mouse
Follow the instructions to fix Bluetooth enabled keyboard or mouse:
Click ‘Start ‘then click ‘Control Panel ‘
Click ‘Hardware and Sound ‘then click ‘Bluetooth Devices’
Select the keyboard or mouse that’s not working
Press the reset button on the bottom of the keyboard or mouse
Select My device is set up and ready to be found check box
After finding select the device then click Next
If the device is a keyboard, exchange passkeys with the keyboard
If the device is a mouse, click Don’t use a passkey
Follow the rest of the instructions in the wizard
The Bluetooth stack in Windows XP SP2 is designed to prevent a Bluetooth device from connecting until you explicitly configure that device. This requirement helps prevent unauthorized access to your computer through a Bluetooth device.
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