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Is it possible to install a wireless mouse without the usb?

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No its not posible to install a wireless mouse with out the usb reciever, these usb reciever is attached to the cpu for your wireless mouse to work and be recognized by the system, not unless you can get a replacement that will work with your mouse

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No, you cannot as the USb plug which came with the mouse is the "Recieving unit" while you wireless mouse is the "Transmitter" unit & they both must be used together.

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Unless you can find not only the exact part number but a dongle with the exact same serial number its not possible.Having the same issue.I say shame on HP for creating this issue by not wanting to sell type specific replacements to resolve this problem.They would prefer that you buy an entire new set. Good Luck.

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