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Windows 7: Microsoft Bluetooth Keyboard 6000 Keeps Un-pairing Itself

23 Mar 2013   #1

Microsoft Bluetooth Keyboard 6000 Keeps Un-pairing Itself

Hi all,

I really like this Microsoft Bluetooth Moblie 6000 Keyboard, but it continually un-pairs itself from my Windows 7 Home Premium rig.

Each day, I have to remove it from the Devices Page, and reconnect it, which requires me to push & hold the small indent button for about 15 seconds and then wait for the rig to search for it, which happens quite quickly - then enter a new pairing code.

I even have to do this again even in the middle of typing a document if I stop for any length of time.

I can't imagine what could be causing this.

The keyboard seems like quite good quality, so clearly this isn't normal behavior, but it's happening so often that it's almost not worth bothering with any more.

There are actually 2 pieces in the kit - it includes a separate keypad as well.

Could it be sharing an IRQ? Could it be a bluetooth receiver kicking in & out?

I'm staying right at the computer station, not moving around whatsoever.

Any ideas?

Thanks Buds,


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