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Computer bios  support wireless keyboard and mouse operation?

Asked by: Rebecca Anderson 189 views Hardware October 13, 2018

If I newly assemble a computer and enter bios, but the keyboard and mouse are wireless, how should I do this?

Addition: My Bluetooth mouse and keyboard

Addition: Or insert the new computer DP cable into the notebook when the monitor sets bios? Does this conflict?

21 Answers

  1. +8Votes  

    The keyboard or mouse, whether wired or wireless, is connected to the computer via USB. For the computer, it is the same external device.

    Question: Bluetooth mouse and keyboard

    Answer: are the same. It does not affect the use of.

    Jennifer Jones- October 14, 2018 |

  2. +8Votes  

    The desktop board does not integrate Bluetooth devices. Check if there is a USB adapter in the kit box. There is no one to ask the owner, otherwise the wireless keyboard and mouse cannot be used.

    Elizabeth Brown- October 15, 2018 |

  3. +2Votes  

    The desktop board does not integrate Bluetooth devices. Although the system comes with a Bluetooth program, when you purchase a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse, please check if there is a USB adapter in the kit box. Ask for one, otherwise the wireless keyboard and mouse can not be used.

    Answer: Plug the new computer DP cable into the notebook. When the monitor does not need to set the bios, just restart the notebook and let the notebook use the display device to detect the configuration. No such conflict will occur.

    Henry- October 15, 2018 |

  4. +3Votes  

    It doesn’t matter with BIOS, there is hardware support, it’s a bad Bluetooth adapter, not expensive,

    Cynthia Moore- October 15, 2018 |

  5. +8Votes  

    It looks like wireless keyboard and mouse has a wireless small receiver, Plug in the USB of the computer, you can use it

    Sandra Hall- October 15, 2018 |

  6. +2Votes  

    Bluetooth does not work, USB can.

    Carolyn Smith- October 15, 2018 |

  7. +7Votes  

    Connecting directly to the wireless mouse USB receiver can be used without the driver

    Donald- October 15, 2018 |

  8. +7Votes  

    Bluetooth, but the general USB receiver Yes.

    Answer: But there are also Bluetooth wireless mouse and keyboard that comes with the brand computer. That is pre-matched, it is ok. But you can’t assemble it yourself.

    Answer: The display interface of the notebook is the output, you can not use the notebook screen as a display. Even if the screen of some all-in-ones or notebooks supports the display input function, it is just a screen, and has nothing to do with the keyboard and mouse of the notebook itself.

    Sandra Jones- October 16, 2018 |

  9. +8Votes  

    This is not supported, but he can’t load the driver before entering the system.

    Diane Hill- October 16, 2018 |

  10. +2Votes  

    With wired mouse and keyboard

    Kevin- October 16, 2018 |

  11. +4Votes  

    seemingly supported!~!!!!!!!!

    Frances Patel- October 16, 2018 |

  12. +3Votes  

    Not supported BIOS, pro test, must use wired mouse and keyboard

    Hughes- October 16, 2018 |

  13. +8Votes  

    The new machine is now supported, according to the normal operation

    Richard Roberts- October 16, 2018 |

  14. +4Votes  

    Support no problem

    Question: How to connect Bluetooth, no receiver

    Dennis Campbell- October 16, 2018 |

  15. +3Votes  

    It is now plug and play, you can use it directly.

    Question: Bluetooth mouse and keyboard

    Brown- October 16, 2018 |

  16. +6Votes  

    There are most machines now supported, and early machines do not support

    Question: Bluetooth mouse and keyboard

    Amy Carter- October 16, 2018 |

  17. +8Votes  

    All require keyboard operation

    Michael James- October 16, 2018 |

  18. +7Votes  

    If it is supported by recent machines

    Question: Bluetooth mouse and keyboard

    Dennis Clark- October 17, 2018 |

  19. +5Votes  

    The production of this function has been supported in the past two years. The old ones have to be seen, and the normal brand machines are all supported.

    Michelle Clarke- October 17, 2018 |

  20. +3Votes  

    The most recent motherboards are supported, except for very few product motherboards.

    Question: How to connect Bluetooth, no receiver

    Dorothy Wood- October 17, 2018 |

  21. +8Votes  

    The new motherboard in the last two years can support wireless.

    Question: How to connect Bluetooth, no receiver

    Lisa Patel- October 17, 2018 |