Currently Being ModeratedMar 15, 2013 4:01 PM (in response to Joracate)
I had this question yesterday, I found the way to fix this, is to log into safe mode. While in safe mode, uninstall "Intell USB 3.0 eXtensible Host Controller Driver" from Program Uninstall list. Reboot, and your mouse and keyboard should work just fine. Hope this helped!
Currently Being ModeratedJul 6, 2013 12:45 PM (in response to Joracate)
getting blue tooth device to work after install
iMac 21.5 inch OS X Lion (10.8.4), Bootcamp install of Windows 7 Professional 64 bit.
At the end of my install, I noticed that Bootcamp was not available from Windows (e.g., no hidden taskbar
icon). Other issues with missing USB drivers. Magic mouse worked ok, except the trackpad-like swiping
features were absent. Ran setup in the BootCamp folder of the thumb drive (not the setup in the thumb
drive's root directory), which indicated it was a continuing install (guess somehow the first one stopped
prematurely), installed all the special Apple etc. drivers for the Bootcamp interface with Windows.
After restart, all the troubleshooter warnings for USB devices had cleared, but Magic mouse was not
communicating with system. Attached a standard Microsoft optical USB mouse.
Then, in Windows control panel > devices and printers:
right clicked the magic mouse's icon (was labeled apple-username's mouse)
selected Services tab
(Bluetooth Services refreshes, then shows checkbox for Drivers for keyboard, mice, etc (HID))
check the checkbox
Windows installs the driver and the magic mouse works with all its features in Windows.
incidentally, noticed that had lots of internet cutouts with both wi-fi and lan connected. maybe an issue
with my ISP, don't know, although issue only apparent in Windows, not Mac OS X.