Bluetooth Keyboard paired but no action

Posted on 2011-10-20
Last Modified: 2013-12-09
Hi I have an issue, where i need some assistance on

I am currently trying to install and configure a
Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard  and numpad 6000

I am using a Bluetooth adapter - Targus 2.1
Running Windows XP SP3 - I am currently testing on Desktop PC - Dell Optiplex 790

Now i have installed the Targus 2.1 software Driver for Bluetooth and works fine.
I can pari the device fine, but once its pair, it does not react to any commands i type out on the keyboard.

i need any assistance asap
Question by:Micky-P-TAC
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    Expert Comment

    WHen paired, does the divide show up as a HID (Human Interface Device) in control panel?

    I would also question the reliability of Targus, as it's an Aldi brand :-/

    Author Comment

    I have checked in control panel and under Keyboards I get the following

    - HID Keyboard Device

    Under Mice and other pointing devices I get
    - HID compliant Uniying mouse

    But nothing in system devices or Universal Serial bus controllers

    the blue tooth configuration are showing in control panel but nothing else, do you have any ideas ?

    Accepted Solution

    dont worry about this question, as noone was able to help i sorted it out myself so no points

    Author Closing Comment

    there was no help period

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