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Only two types of mainstream mice PS2 or USB

PS2: round end with pins, goes into a specific port
USB: flat goes into any usb port.

Now if this "computer" ( which is your only description)
doesn't have either of the above ports then perhaps it's quite old. if this is correct then you will reqiure a "serial port" mouse!

Posted on Aug 29, 2008

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