Hello Chris4One ,
Thank you for contacting the Intel community.
Are you using Windows® 10?
In this case, I suggest uninstalling the old driver first and then reinstalling it.
I’m not sure what operating system you are using but here are the links for the different operating system.
Version: 19.30.1646 Windows®7
Version: 19.30.1649 Windows®10
have Windows 7 Home Premium x64 installed. Before installing the new driver i removed KB3172605 and the older BT-driver 19.11.1639. After installation of the new driver 19.30.1646 i CAN pair with the mouse, BUT it doesn't work anymore (connection = standard, mous = grey in BT-devices window, keyboard works).
Thanks for the information, for some reason at the download center only the version 19.11.1639 is available to download with the NUC model and the version 9.30.1646 is available with the Intel® Wireless-AC 7265 which is the card installed in your system.
I’m not sure if this is a hardware limitation when all the components are integrated or if the driver is not working properly, however, I will further investigate on this.
For now, I suggest you to keep installed the version 19.11.1639 which is the one you can download with the NUC model.
Were you having issues with the previous Bluetooth driver? If the previous driver was working okay with both devices: Mouse and Keyboard, I dont really see any need to update to a newever version.
I could do some more research if you provide me with the following information: Exact NUC model, Mouse brand and model, Wireless/Bluetooth adapter?
Previous Driver works ok, maybe i am to eager with new drivers! :-) NUC5i3RYK, Windows 7 Home Premium x64, Microsoft Designer Desktop (KB + Mouse, BT 4.0, Low Energy Profile), i use the internal WiFi/Bluetooth-Adapter (AC 7265) of the NUC.
Thanks for confirming that the previous driver works okay. I would recommend that you stay with that one but I am also reporting the issue so that it can be fixed in future releases.