Until 2 days ago, my Microsoft 3600 Bluetooth mouse worked well with a CSR8510 a10 USB Bluetooth 4 dongle and MS generic Bluetooth driver. NOW, after an automatic MS 'upgrade' to Windows 10, my mouse will not work. Canon Imageclass Mf3010 Driver For Windows 10 64 Bit more. Settings state that the driver has failed but I cannot delete the USB dongle or the (now) 2 paired MS 3600 mouse to start again and the new MS Mouse & Keyboard Centre is completely useless. Furthermore, the MS generic Bluetooth driver cannot be found on the MS website.
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Total frustration! I am now seriously considering junking this mouse and buying an alternative - the time vs cost equation has tipped the balance. Before I take this drastic action, can anyone help/advise? Hi Romel, Thanks for the suggestions.
Yes, I tried all of that without success prior to my posting. Specifically, the MS update last week that introduced a 'Mouse & Keyboard' icon also appears to have removed all drivers from the website for the MS3600 mouse and the Generic Bluethooth Driver. I have searched and cannot find anthing.
Regarding the CSR8510 bluetooth dongle - that is a similar story. My 'favourite' tech company, Qualcomm, now owns CSR and anything and everything now costs $$$ - even a driver. The issue with removal/reinstallation is that the MS update of last week has left me unable to remove the (apparently faulty) CSR driver or the now 2 instances of paired MS3600 mouse (why 2, I have no idea). 'Failed to remove' is the response.