I got my hands on an used Apple first-gen white plastic (not aluminum) Bluetooth wireless keyboard (A1016). After some troubleshooting, I was finally able to get it paired in Windows 7. The problem is that the keyboard is shown as being named "peter's keyboard", presumably that was the name given to the keyboard when the keyboard was first paired by the original owner. I tried and tried but could not find a way to "reset" this name or delete or modify it. I tried to do this in Windows Bluetooth property settings for the device. I can enter the change. But later if I choose to repair the keyboard, the old name showed up again. I assume that the keyboard itself has some NVRAM that keeps track of the name. Can someone tell me how I can "reset" this old keyboard (unlike the aluminum one, there is no 3-sec press on the power button trick since the power button is a toggle)? Also, does anyone know the "default" device name given to this keyboard (before it gets replaced by the user's name)?