Lost micro usb receiver, replacement?

  rickf 11:54 AM 24 Nov 12
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I have lost my usb receiver for my optical wireless mouse. For the love of God I can't find it anywhere in my house, It's a non- branded mouse. Can I buy a replecement anywhere? Have serach and got no results.

  rickf 13:33 PM 24 Nov 12

Thanks for reply. Yes, may have to buy a new one instead. Just that I don't like waste.

  rickf 17:47 PM 24 Nov 12

What happened was i sold the old laptop. Took out the receiver b4 packing and now can't remember where it is. What's is speccy? Gonna google it.

  rickf 10:34 AM 25 Nov 12

Yes, got Belarc for a long time. Going to buy a new one as it's too much hassle trying to get the receiver.

  spuds 11:35 AM 25 Nov 12

"Going to buy a new one..."

Which is possibly the most wisest,simplest and cheapest decision, but what's the bet the other one will turn up when the new one arrives :O)

  mole1944 06:05 AM 26 Nov 12

Just a thought for you all in the future,i use a toolbox to store all my PC bits in that includes pens e.t.c. I also have to other tool boxes one for usb cables and the other for the rest of the stuff like mains adapters,and i wrire on the mains adapter what it's for,saves loads of hastle. But as you say sons law is that as soon as you replace a reciever you'll find the old one.

  mole1944 06:06 AM 26 Nov 12

Just a thought for you all in the future,i use a toolbox to store all my PC bits in that includes pens e.t.c. I also have to other tool boxes one for usb cables and the other for the rest of the stuff like mains adapters,and i wrire on the mains adapter what it's for,saves loads of hastle. But as you say sons law is that as soon as you replace a reciever you'll find the old one.

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