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Hi, can you tell me if hooking up a wireless optical usb mouse and a wired optical usb mouse will cause any conflicts or this can be done with no problem. :) Oh winxp pro.

Thanks

Edited by kbz1960, 24 June 2009 - 04:46 PM.

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My main question would be why, but if you have to, you can.
You'll see only one cursor though.
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Why I don't know, my friend is doing that I figured it would cause some conflict as he does have some trouble with the system freezing at times and erratic mouse behavior but thanks.
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Why I don't know

He must be on some very secret mission :)
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:) :) :) No he just doesn't know anything and is weird.
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and is weird

Somehow, I'm not surprised :)
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My main question would be why

One answer I am discovering is with our 3 year old grandson - the big full size mouse is too hard for him to manipulate, while a small one is not. That said, I am looking at adding a trackball for him, but Grandma can still use her two-wheel mouse.
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