Mouse = Bluetooth 3.0
Dongle = Bluetooth 4.0
Keyboard = Bluetooth 4.3 (or do you actually mean 4.2)
While backward compatibility, e.g., 4.0 supports 3.0/2.0/1.0, is incredibly common I have yet to see forward compatibility, e.g. 4.0 supports 4.3, exist. Sometimes, and this appears to be one of them, it need not be a major release number difference to cause issues with compatibility.
The dongle (or internal card) to which all peripherals will be paired should always be running the Bluetooth protocol that is at least as recent as the one run by the peripheral with the most recent protocol.
Edited by britechguy, 17 January 2018 - 11:57 AM.
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