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Memorex PS/2 mouse

I have a Memorex model PM2000 mouse which I had connected to my old Compaq laptop via the serial connection. I now have a new Apple MacBook. Of course all the ports are USB. Can I get a PS/2 to USB interface and use my Memorex mouse, or should I just go shopping for a compatible USB mouse, or maybe even a wireless Bluetooth mouse?

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SOURCE: Memorex wireless keyboard programming problem

after replacing the batteries u will c a small connect button on the wireless usb receiver on the computer as well as the connect button on the mouse and the keyboard,,press it on the adapter and then on the keyboard and teh mouse to get all of them resynchronized

best of luck,giva good rating,,keep me posted

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SOURCE: i have dated memorex model

yes, you are missing the wireless receiver that plugs into the laptop.
Your best bet at this point is to go out and buy a $5 USB keyboard.

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