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It may be an issue inside the iMac??!! In your instance, you need to tell OS X to forget the Bluetooth device so it won't auto connect to it. Your instructions worked beautifully for my missing Apple magic track pad. Once paired, the device should reconnect to the last machine, but due to signal issues it can connect to any paired device in range. http://pgelections.com/magic-mouse/apple-computer-mouse-not-working.html

Would make life much easier for a lot of people. Once the menu is showing, release the keys. Nope! It worked first time! https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204621

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Reply ↓ Jules 2nd October, 2013 at 9:28 am Fantastic !!! It may take a moment for the device to respond. Today was a glitch. It was announced and sold for the first time on October 20, 2009.

From the Bluetooth menu, choose Debug > Remove All Devices. Reply ↓ Dave Post author19th December, 2013 at 6:50 am Could just be a failed mouse. Content continues below A good set of batteries lasts us about six weeks in a Magic Mouse, but you'll have to change them eventually. Usb Mouse Not Working Mac Finally, I attached an old wired keyboard, turned Bluetooth OFF, restarted the computer, and turned Bluetooth ON.

I would have returned the trackpad out of sheer frustration! If the cursor is missing, then these actions will not work. Even tech by reputable companies like Apple.

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My aluminium (3-battery) keyboard packed up and decided not to connect to anything at all. Magic Mouse 2 Not Discoverable cell1540rol 30,439 views 8:39 Apple Magic Mouse Battery - How To Change It, How To Check Percentage and Battery Life - Duration: 2:19. Reply ↓ Vinay 20th March, 2014 at 1:16 pm Hey Dave, The number keys not working is not just at the time of pairing, I have this problem even while it However, in the past it connected to the Mac through a USB bluetooth extender.

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In my case, I've got a used mouse (from Goodwill) and a hand-me-down keyboard, both Apple Wireless variety. http://www.macworld.co.uk/how-to/mac/how-fix-apple-mac-mouse-thats-not-working-3598331/ See the Make sure the wireless mouse or keyboard is turned onsection of this article. Magic Mouse 2 Not Working Thank you very much ! Magic Mouse 2 Not Connecting Works flawlessly.

Reply ↓ Elisabeth 13th February, 2014 at 9:01 pm This worked, but only after I uninstalled USB Overdrive. check over here It connects to Mac OS X via Bluetooth (a wireless communication technology). Your Apple mouse should now be working again. I can't believe Apple doesn't mention this at all. Mac Trackpad Not Working

Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Apple Wireless Mouse and Keyboard not Connecting? Truly disappointed in Apple. OMC Docs 54,649 views 10:37 Apple Wireless Keyboard Install - Duration: 10:57. his comment is here Use the ‘Restore Defaults' button where provided to be sure, although bear in mind any legitimate customisations you've already made may be lost.

Reply ↓ Amy 13th May, 2015 at 3:37 pm THANK YOU!!!! Apple Wireless Keyboard Not Connecting Click the Bluetooth icon to identify the affected device, then recharge the device orreplace its batteries. Category Education Licence Standard YouTube Licence Show more Show less Loading...

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Reply ↓ RayMac 12th October, 2013 at 2:35 am Awesome thank you Reply ↓ Jeremy 15th October, 2013 at 4:48 am For me, after an OSX update, I could not log If you see a green light on the underside of the mouse, you know that the batteries are working properly. Make sure you are still holding the power button down. Reset Magic Mouse But which one is best for you?

Published on 19 Jul 2012This is a tutorial for the people who want to fix their magic mouse Category How-to & Style Licence Standard YouTube Licence Show more Show less Loading... Reply ↓ vanillasugarblog 8th April, 2014 at 4:30 pm At least 2 x my keyboard & mouse just quit, monitor fine. Select the Keyboard & Character Viewer checkbox. weblink After a week of trying everything, my trackpad is back up and running!

Repeat step one, then from the Bluetooth menu, choose Debug > Reset the Bluetooth Module Reboot your Mac, then setup your keyboard and/or mouse as normal. It pairs for a while and then stops working. sadly apple support never got back to me regarding m issues. This worked.

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Wow! I went and bought a USB mouse and keyboard thinking it was just a bluetooth issue but those do not work either. Bluetooth menu icon Bluetooth status Bluetooth turned on, but there are no devicesconnectedto the Mac. Reply ↓ Knvw 20th March, 2014 at 10:26 pm it did not work for me as my iMac i7 2013 still dose not see my key board on boot but once

Make sure your keyboard is on It isn’t always easy to tell if an Apple Bluetooth keyboard is powered on.