Windows 7 loaded in Bootcamp on my refuses to iMac (with mountain like o/s Lion) to recognize the Apple Bluetooth mouse. How can I put this right please?

Windows 7 loaded in the Bootcamp partition on my refuses to iMac (with mountain like o/s Lion) to recognize the Apple Bluetooth mouse. How can I put this right please?

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Hello

I suggest you send the request in Apple Support communities for assistance on this issue.

Reference:

https://discussions.Apple.com/community/windows_software/Boot_Camp?category

Thank you.

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