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    How to reset the name of an Apple wireless keyboard
    so I just sold my wireless keyboard, but I notice when it pairs with a new computer it still contains my full name...how do I reset this? so that it doesn't display my name.

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    MacBook Pro 17" LED-Backlite display, 2.5GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 4GB memory, 512MB VRAM, 320GB HD
    please help!

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    *bump*

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    so I figured it out, in case anyone cares:

    System Preferences, Keyboard and Mouse, Bluetooth Tab, Change the keyboards name to something else (can't leave blank)

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    Good info to know, thanks. Sorry nobody was able to offer you any assistance.

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    Thanks for posting back with the info. I see in Snowleopard you now change the name directly from the Bluetooth tab in System preferences. Just click on the gear wheel for your options.

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