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Timecapsule, Timemachine and Bluetooth conflict?


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Hi everyone,

I have been enjoying becoming a Mac user this pat week and am really glad i have switched. However i am having a problem with my new time-capsule.

To start with I am running everything as per the manual. However my bluetooth keyboard keeps getting disconnected when Time-machine starts backing up my system. I have searched and found that there can be conflicts between the time-capsule's G compatibility radio mode and the frequency of the time-capsule. So I have changed the setup to the N 5mhz radio to get everything to work however I now cannot make other devices such as iphones, ipod touch's and other none N devices connect to the network.

Is this a known bug that has a fix that I am not aware about?

Any help would be most appreciated.
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