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I have bluetooth keyboards that I want to use on my WinXP and Win7 machines, but I quickly discovered that I have to log in to Windows before I can use any bluetooth devices.

Is there an easy to way set a particular bluetooth device/driver to be enabled at startup rather than after login?

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Are you sure? I can use mu bluetooth mouse in Win 7 64 bit before logging in. I'm using Widcomm 6.5 stack and Broadcom BCM 2045 bluetooth module. No extra settings were needed on my side. – AndrejaKo Dec 7 '11 at 17:06
    
Yeah, I can use my Bluetooth mouse without having to log in – Sathya Dec 8 '11 at 5:31
    
Yes, I'm sure I can't use my BT keyboard to log in. I have to use a USB keyboard to log in, then I can use my BT keyboard. Am I just using a crummy BT receiver? – JMP Dec 8 '11 at 15:25

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