User: very unadvanced newbie (for clarity's sake: myself). Machine: advanced, a Dell Precision M6400 with an integrated multi-function Broadcom BCM2046B1 chipset. I recompiled the kernel without the uhid(4), the ukbd(4) and the ums(4) modules. Now, booting and then issuing the following sequence of commands: # kldload uhid # kldload ukbd # kldload ums # kldload ng_ubt and finally turning the WiFi+Bluetooth hardware switch on generates the following in /var/log/messages: Code: Jan 2 03:21:48 kernel: uhub8: <Broadcom BCM2046B1, class 9/0, rev 2.00/1.00, addr 2> on usbus0 Jan 2 03:21:48 kernel: uhub8: 3 ports with 0 removable, self powered Jan 2 03:21:49 kernel: ugen0.3: <vendor 0x413c> at usbus0 Jan 2 03:21:49 kernel: ukbd0: <vendor 0x413c product 0x8157, class 0/0, rev 2.00/1.00, addr 3> on usbus0 Jan 2 03:21:49 kernel: kbd2 at ukbd0 Jan 2 03:21:49 kernel: ugen0.4: <vendor 0x413c> at usbus0 Jan 2 03:21:49 kernel: ums0: <vendor 0x413c product 0x8158, class 0/0, rev 2.00/1.00, addr 4> on usbus0 Jan 2 03:21:49 kernel: ums0: 3 buttons and [XY] coordinates ID=2 even though I have neither a USB keyboard nor a USB mouse connected to the system. This page: http://wiki.freebsd.org/AppleMacbook contains a link to an article explaining the above phenomenon (http://times.usefulinc.com/2004/06/12-hidproxy), and also another link (http://svn.freebsd.org/viewvc/base/user/rpaulo/ubthidctl/) to the source code of a utility meant to solve the issue. Unfortunately, the latter source code is somewhat outdated. By modifying its # include directives, I managed to get it to compile, but it still doesn't do what it should -- doesn't do much at all, as a matter of fact. Can anyone with better skills than mine please help me out? +Extra question: I'm too stupid and ignorant to see any probable reason for which anyone would wish to configure their BIOS using a Bluetooth keyboard or a Bluetooth mouse. Could someone give me a likely case scenario? Off-topic footnote: Thanks to bschmidt, the WiFi works flawlessly. I would just like to express my gratitude yet again.