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I have Hackintosh with SL 10.6.6. 64bit., and everything works fine, except wireless keyboard and magic mouse. I am using D-Link DBT-120 H/W:B3 usb bluetooth dongle. I can pair keyboard and mouse, but they wont work at the same time. While keyboard is connected, magic mouse continuously keep disconnecting and reconnecting, and makes me crazy :) When I turn off wireless keyboard, magic mouse works perfect, without disconnecting problem. If any of this two device works alone, everything is fine. The one strange thing is, that, if I turn off computer and turn it on again with only magic mouse is connected, and wait about 30-60min, then turn on wireless keyboard, they are working together without mouse disconnecting o.O Sometimes this trick helps, sometimes doesn’t :D The only solution that I can see is, replacing wireless keyboard for usb keyboard with numeric pad ... If anybody have some clever advice, it will be welcome ...


Here some information about bluetooth, keyboard and magic mouse ...





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Problem solved by changing DLink DBT-120 bluetooth dongle with Trust dognle.


Bluetooth Com One Device:


Product ID: 0x2101

Vendor ID: 0x0a5c (Broadcom Corp.)

Version: 1.00

Speed: Up to 12 Mb/sec

Manufacturer: Broadcom Corp

Location ID: 0xfa320000

Current Available (mA): 500

Current Required (mA): 100


Works perfect ! :)

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