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I have a wireless mouse and I lost the USB, is there anyway I can get a different USB from a different mouse and get it to work with it? Please help

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You can get one from a similar product.. Or better still I think you should get a new one.

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For wireless devices, try replacing the batteries and resynching to the receiver. (You may want to check putting the receiver in different USB ports.)

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Start by reinstalling the mouse with the software located for free direct download from hp.com

If it fails, then check to ensure your USB drivers are up to date, still fails, change the usb/ps2 port to a different one, still fails, then try a different mouse!



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