I have two iMac computers (A & B) in one room. I have one trackpad, and I set up it up with A initially. Recently I have trouble to connect the trackpad to A. This happens when A is powered off and powered on again afterwords, the trackpad will lost its connection to A.
It seems that my trackpad would be connected another iMac B, when A is powered off. During this time, B may detect the device, and then connect to it? As a result it causes A unable to connect to the trackpad. I am not sure if there is any way to assign or set up my trackpad to only one iMac when there are more than one Mac computers in a room?
Apple's remote device has similar issue: it could remote control any Mac computers or Mac books. I remember that there is a way to set up the remote to one Mac only. Some numbers will be displayed during the setup and those numbers have to be retyped or confirmed. Not sure if this can be done for the trackpad or not. If so, what are the steps?