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Interference Mouse to Mouse

I have a wirless Mouse and keyboard on two HP in my home. How do I make sure the mouse for cmputer 1 works only of No 1 . Right now the mouse interferes with each other.

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Three wireless mice...three wireless mice..see how they talk..couldn't resist it..

well..if you want both to work at same time, I believe you can make a setting change on the mouse s/w, that helps..depends on how smart you meese are?

Posted on Mar 26, 2008

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