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I am in the process of updating all the computers in my house to Windows 10 and it has been fairly painless so far for most of the devices. However, I cannot get my Iconia W700 tablet to recognize the Bluetooth keyboard.
It is the keyboard with integrated cover, and I've followed the procedure, as stated on Acer's website, of holding the power button on the keyboard for 5 seconds to put it into discovery mode, and then adding a device from the Bluetooth device menu. Obviously the menus have new locations, but are not hard to find.
I updated the Bluetooth driver on the tablet but that did not remedy the issue. I looked around and couldn't find any mention of this problem here or elsewhere, probably since Windows 10 just launched a few days ago.