gel 10:50 05 Nov 05

I wish to install a wireless optical mouse and I have presumed best practice would suggest I use a USB port.
I do not have a vacant USB port.
Is there a solution?
Many thanks

  VoG II 10:54 05 Nov 05

You can get an adaptor to enable you to plug the USB mouse into a conventional mouse port. In fact, all the USB mice that I have bought have come with one.

  Joe R 10:55 05 Nov 05

click here

This will allow you to use the ps2 port.

  joseph K 11:51 05 Nov 05

Seeing Vog on this page, who I much admire and respect makes me think that this may be incorrect. However, surely you could use a USB hub. They're not very expensive, actually I bought a small one on Ebay new for the ridiculously low price of £1.99. This was send from the Far East, but it seemed to arrive as if it had come from Norwich.

  gel 14:19 05 Nov 05

Thank you for all your comments They have been very helpful

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