|May 9, 2011, 09:18 AM||#1|
Magic Mouse Not Connecting
First and foremost: I've searched all over and have tried several "remedies" but none have worked.
I bought a refurb iMac about 2 months ago and it came with a Magic Mouse, which to my surprise, I love. However, I just tried to replace the batteries and now it's not connecting. Any suggestions? I've tried turning everything off/on, disconnect/reconnect.. etc.
Thanks in advance!
|May 9, 2011, 09:54 AM||#3|
When it begins searching for it you need to click the mouse (twice?) and it will complete the connection.
I used to have the same problem as you and found these instructions on MR.
13" MBP 2.5GHz 2012; BlackBook & WhiteBook 2.2 GHz 2007; 24" iMac 2.4 GHz, 2007; iomega 2TB Cloud; 64GB iPhone 5, 64GB Wi-Fi iPad 2; iMac 27" 2.93 i7, 2010, 256 GB SSD; 11" MBA 1.6 C2D 2010
|May 9, 2011, 09:58 AM||#4|
Bringing up BT config and random-click the Mouse usually does the job!
If it doesn't you could also try to manually disconnect the M-Mouse in the BT options of your iMac; so to say let the Mac forget about the mouse. And then BT config again & random click! ;-)
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