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I purchased a mouse but my old mouse is attached to my keyboard how can i take theold mouse out and is it possible

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Need more info'''' like what do you mean the mose is attached'''''' e-mail me at jay_win2002@yahoo.com my name is james''i may be able to help''you need more info''''

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