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Microsoft Bluetooth Transceiver v3 (dongle) problem
I've been looking for about 2 days on forums and websites and didn't find a proper answer... Hope you can find it!
I have the Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Desktop 7000 set and it comes with a dongle, named Transceiver v3. Everything worked well on Windows Vista (both the keyboard and mouse) and adding new Bluetooth devices was easy.
But since I upgraded to Windows 7, I had a lot of problems with the dongle. I managed to find a way to add devices (enabling the dongle on hardware mode (instead of software), looked for the "Services" window and enabled the Bluetooth function at Automatic, etc.).
Like I said, now, I'm able to find devices in hardware mode... But for a unknown reason, the searching function do not seem to find either my keyboard or my mouse.
Let me recap...
Software mode - Keyboard and mouse work - Unable to find new devices;
Hardware mode - Keyboard and mouse do NOT work - Able to find new devices.
Is there a way that I can do BOTH? I tried IntelliPoint and IntelliType for Windows 7 from Microsoft, but it doesn't change anything (beside being able to choose between software mode or hardware mode).
Thank you very much!
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