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The Mouse will plug into a serial ( com port ) if it's an older serial mouse.
( You'll want to put the mouse on serial port 2 )
/ in case you have an internal modem sitting on com 1 or 3 and taking up IRQ4 which would conflict with the mouse /
/ or in case of modem being on come 2 or 4 and using IRQ3 , just move the mouse over to com 1 /
Or the green colored PS/2 port if it's a PS/2 type mouse.
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