Keyboard and Magic Mouse Bluetooth not working

Hi!
I have an imac 21.5 late 2012, the problem is that every time you turn on the computer, keyboard and mouse do not respond, to make it work I have to turn it off and unplug all cables and let it without energy about 10 seconds, then i turned it on, and works great.
Anyone have any similar problem? The imac has only one month of purchasing it and this is driving me crazy, it´s not suppose to act this way.
I'll be very grateful if someone helps me

Hey csaady,
Thanks for the question. I understand you are having issues with your wireless peripherals when starting your computer. The following article may be of assistance to resolve this issue:
Troubleshooting wireless mouse and keyboard issues
http://support.apple.com/kb/TS3048
If you continue to have issue, you can also reset the PRAM for your computer:
OS X Mountain Lion: Reset your computer’s PRAM
http://support.apple.com/kb/PH11243
Note: Resetting PRAM may change some system settings and preferences. Use System Preferences to restore your settings.
Thanks,
Matt M.

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