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I’ve seen similar problems reported regarding wireless keyboards as well, so I’m wondering if the same solution will work for wireless keyboard users as well. Holding the power button worked for me. Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading... Reply Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on February 14, 2010 - 3:00pm Permalink Thank you very much for this Thank you very much for this brilliant tip! my review here

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Sign in 49 Loading... Resetting the OS X Bluetooth Device List and the Bluetooth Controller This is a bit of a last resort, and will affect other Bluetooth connected devices, including your Bluetooth keyboard and Update it? Just curious, if one has to keep doing this, resetting-it can't be good, no?

Thanks Answer this question I have this problem too Subscribed to new answers Is this a good question? Reply ↓ Fabien 21st August, 2013 at 4:40 pm Fantastic! Bottom line - one fix does not fit all! Reset Magic Mouse Thank you this worked!

Choose Show Keyboard Viewer from the Input menu in the menu bar. Mac Trackpad Not Working Cursor Fixed. - Duration: 1:15. Dave, maybe you have a link?

In the end, after some experimentation - I tried to take the batteries out, and put them back in - I tried to reset the computer - it seems like what

None of them suggested that there was an official, documented (or even undocumented) way of doing a reset on an Apple keyboard. Magic Mouse Won't Connect Please let me know if it does so I can update this. Have you any thoughts about possible remedies? Reply ↓ Dave 3rd September, 2013 at 3:23 pm Nice one, the holding down the power button during pairing worked a treat!

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Last updated: October 20 2016 Mac Mighty Mouse FAQ: Help, my Apple wireless Mighty Mouse clicks but won't track properly; what's going on? http://alvinalexander.com/blog/post/mac-os-x/problem-solved-apple-bluetooth-wireless-mouse-clicks-but-won-t That will wake up the offending Mac. Magic Mouse 2 Not Working Reply Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on December 8, 2010 - 7:38pm Permalink wow it worked!! Magic Mouse 2 Not Connecting Magic?

Mike 26th November, 2015 at 5:50 pm aha! http://emhsoft.net/magic-mouse/apple-mouse-gestures-not-working.php The following mentions the keyboard, but it should work for other wireless devices that have a on/off switch of the contact type (i.e. Even though the Magic Mouse uses optical tracking, it can still pick up debris that can prevent its tracking mechanism from working correctly.Erratic Tracking Continues After CleaningWhile it's possible that your If you have some sort of solution for my problem please email me your answer. Magic Mouse 2 Not Discoverable

Reply ↓ Dave Post author1st January, 2014 at 4:35 pm When I've seen this problem before its either because you still have the old pairing on the Mac, or it might First off, I want to disclose this I'm running Yosemite right now and that may be the culprit. Thanks for the help. Check This Out If not, how can I reboot computer with just keyboard?

Nothing was working, tried new batteries, found the power button on the keyboard, etc. Magic Mouse Not Tracking There are some generic tips that might point you in the right direction. Reply ↓ Alan Trinder 20th October, 2013 at 7:26 pm Hi Dave.


Works flawlessly. At last a solution! Same deal for both keyboard and magic trackpad. Magic Mouse Not Scrolling Pressing the button activates a green LED on the top of the device, near the button.

Was this answer helpful? Reply Submitted by Patrick (not verified) on October 22, 2015 - 12:14am Permalink Wow! My Magic Mouse connect well to my mac, it is just that the cursor is not moving. http://emhsoft.net/magic-mouse/apple-mac-mouse-not-working.php The I took the batteries out of the keyboard.

The Mac probably stores the ID's at least of the initial keyboard and mouse paired with the system, because that normally happens when you first setup the machine. When I remove th It may be an issue inside the iMac??!! Another set of fresh batteries.