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I have a Labtec wireless mouse and can't find the part that plugs into the port. The web site I wassent to doesn't have anything Labtec. Do you have any other idea how I can get that part?

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You have to verify first with Labtec if you could buy the wireless adapter for your mouse separately. If yes, you may check the local computer stores like Walmart, Fry's Electronicx, NCIX.com, amazon.com, Best Buy and other common computer stores.

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