Hi, I will try to help. In theory they should all work fine and you certainly should not have to change 3 mice in such a short time. In practice I used to change all the wireless keyboards and mice with usb versions as it was just too much hassle dealing with dozens of wireless devices in a big studio when there was always some problem. However none of this solves you issues. Can I just ask are you buying apple wireless mice or different brands? I am presuming you have changed the batteries on the mice to see if that helps? Is the keyboard wireless or USB?
The first mouse was an apple and I changed the batteries several times. The next two were gear head brand and I put brand new batteries in them several times. The printer, which is also not connecting anymore is Lexmark.
You could buy a tiny usb adaptor like this onehttp://www.amazon.co.uk/Kinivo-BTD-300-Bluetooth-3-0-adapter/dp/B005Z5HT2M/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1375359058&sr=8-1&keywords=bluetooth+adapter+mac
is your mac an imac or a tower or a mac mini?
It is just a regular desktop MAC no tower, the tower is built into the screen, I think. I will look into the USB adaptor you listed. I had a wireless mouse at my office that had a usb connection similar, so it was a two piece set.
OK, its an imac in that case. You don't have to get that particular one, however some of the reviewers have attached it to macs and said it works fine. If the wireless mouse and adaptor at your office are bluetooth you could try them but be aware it might not work with a mac if it is a pc only adaptor.
Great! I will try that thanks a lot. So, basically there is nothing wrong with the computer itself.
I will give it a go. Thanks again.
It's possible there is something wrong with the bluetooth adaptor in the mac but its very difficult to diagnose. It could be software related also, there are other things we could try but if I were you I'd try a different adaptor first, especially if you can borrow one from your office.
Thanks again, I will start with that. Great advice!!
No problem, let me know how you get on.