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Microsoft Wireless opticl desktop receiver alternative

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hi,

Is there any way by using bluetooth, a special software or something to connect my wireless keyboard and mouse to my computer without the need of Microsoft Wireless opticl desktop receiver .
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These optical devices don't connect using bluetooth, they use another wireless signal, a totally different standard from blue-tooth technology.

What you are asking for is not possible, if you buy a blue-tooth keyboard and mouse then you can connect them to any PC with blue-tooth.
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