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Can I use a new MS wireless mouse to replace my existing MS wireless mouse. Currently my mouse and keyboard connect together on the same wireless USB device. Could the new mouse be detected and be used with the same bluetooth device. e.g. new mouse Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 5000 old kit Microsoft Wireless Optical Desktop 1000 Standard Keyboard + Optical Mouse

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I suppose there is a reset button on the keyboard or the software provided so I suppose it could be possible, I don't know.
I use a Microsoft Wired Keyboard...
But Best of luck.

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