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unpair a bluetooth mouse
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daqman
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Oct 18, 2003, 08:08 AM
 
I got a new Apple bluetooth keyboard and mouse delivered at work yesterday. Being a Friday and a little excited to play with the new hardware I pulled the mouse out of the box and paired it with a co-worker's Powerbook. Worked great. Now it's Saturday morning and I'm trying to pair the mouse with my own Mac at home and it isn't seen. I'm using a D-link adapter here and the keyboard (new out of box) works fine.

After reading about it seems that if the mouse is paired then I have to unpair before using with another machine. Ok I should have thought of that, did I say it was Friday and I was excited to have the new hardware? Anyway the PB paired with my mouse is on it's way to a week long conference and I'm hitting my head on the wall.

Is there any way of resetting the mouse bact to factory condition??? I tried taking the batteries out and I can't see a reset button or anything similar inside.
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