On my Mac, whenever I turn it on, the Bluetooth Setup Assistant automatically pops up. I always have my Bluetooth on, on my phone. Could that be why? Also, when I turn off the bluetooth on my phone, the Assistant doesn't go away. It only goes away if I unplug my mouse and plug it back in.

It keeps searching for bluetooth keyboard and mouse for some reason.

iMac is on Mojave (latest versions) My mouse is a Macally Mouse

  • It sounds like the iMac doesn't think there are any keyboards or mice connected when it starts up. Are either of the mouse or keyboard wireless? – kumowoon1025 Jan 23 '19 at 21:37
  • Neither are. Both are wired. – Monchao Jan 23 '19 at 21:39
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    Try unchecking the option to open the bluetooth input device setup if no devices are detected anyway. System Preferences > Bluetooth > Advanced – kumowoon1025 Jan 23 '19 at 21:45

Turning off the bluetooth settings seemed to work!

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