bluetooth mouse fails after sleep mode.

My Logitech bluetooth mouse looses communication after coming out of standby mode.  The mouse does not show up in the devices panel and will not resync.  To get it back I have to reboot, then remove the bluetooth mouse from the devices panel and then add the device again. 

When Win7 was installed, it recognized the mouse without the need to manually supply drivers.  I checked the Logitech site which does not have win7 drivers availablefor download. 

The issue is not limited to the mouse as a bluetooth speaker system has similar problems with standby mode.

Anyone know how to solve the bluetooth standby issues on Win7?

John
System: Dell M1330 laptop, Logitech V470 bluetooth mouse, Win7-64 Home premium
 

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Last updated April 14, 2018 Views 3,614 Applies to:
Answer
For the mouse, in Device Manager right click on the mouse select Properties then Power Management and clear the setting to Allow to turn off to save power.

For other devices, check the equivalent power management settings.

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