Apple Bluetooth Keyboards No Longer Work In Windows 7
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Over the past few days, some of our users have reported that they have found that the Apple Bluetooth keyboard has stopped working on Windows 7.
How do I connect my Apple Bluetooth keyboard to Windows 7?
Enable wireless dongles and Bluetooth on PC (make sure it’s discoverable)Open the My Devices and Printers panel.Select “Add this device”.Let it search for your keys, which can instantly appear as “Keyboard” or as “Apple Keyboard”.Select “Use your own passwords” and format them to 1111 with the suggested keyboard.
I’m having a strange problem with my Apple Wireless Keyboard running on my new Windows Helpful HTPC subsystem (64-bit). I can get Windows Bluetooth Manager to recognize each of our keyboards and I can enter each of our pairing codes and Windows seems to install a bunch of drivers and then I get no response from the keyboard.
Does Apple keyboard work with Windows 7?
Apple Wireless Keyboards are Bluetooth devices and can be paired with Windows 7 systems (laptops) that currently have a Bluetooth connection.
The component I find odd is that the keyboard works when I type the code numbers, but never long before or after.
Why is my Apple Bluetooth keyboard not working?
Make sure Bluetooth is turned on Make sure Bluetooth is turned on. If you don’t see the Bluetooth icon, or if the status bar still says Bluetooth is disabled, restart your computer and try turning Bluetooth back on.
I also have a magic mouse that works great.
After syncing and installing, the keyboard shows up as a “Bluetooth device” in the Windows Driver Manager, so I’m wondering if the problem is that Windows doesn’t recognize the device as a regular keyboard.
Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks in advance.
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Can you reset an Apple Bluetooth keyboard?
Make sure your keyboard is connected. Then click the Bluetooth icon in the menu bar while holding down the Shift key, look at the keyboard to give up, then click “Reset”. This should reset your keyboard to the mark.
Published May 1, 2011 2:17 AM
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