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How is it damaged? Physically, i.e,. bent pins, or something broken?
If so, then total replacement of the motherboard is the only solution,
other than using a different USB port.
Or, for a desktop computer, you can add-in a PCI adapter-card, to add more USB ports.
Posted on May 22, 2011
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If the ps2 port on the main board is broken you will need to replace the board. If this is the case and your computer has usb ports on it just go out and buy a usb mouse.
If the part that is broken is from the mouse by using tweezers try to gently remove the broken part from the board. if unsuccessful use the usb port with a usb mouse.
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