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Riko
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usb dongle for wireless keyboard and mouse

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Anyone know if it's possible to purchase a USB dongle for HP wireless keyboard and mouse? ..mine went missing while moving  to a new home.

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BayouGrego
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That missing dongle can be found at codemicro.com as part number RG-0638 and the cost is high, $39.95 freight paid. You can also purchase

a Mouse/Dongle combo for about $5.00 more. Be sure to check the part number on you mouse if you want the same combo as you had.

Good luck. Mine died but, I refuse to pay $40 bucks for a $2 dollar item that HP should have in stock. Their part number is 5188-7334 but HP

does not stock it. After about 2 years they don't even know how to find one.

 

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Thanks for your reply. It's probably more cost effective to buy the whole keyboard, mouse set than to buy the dongle, but I lucked out this time. While on  hold with HP parts, I fiddled around and found my mine in a hidden pocket on my pc bag. Whew!
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I found them from  $12 to $30 for a freaking usb. Your better off just buy another keyboard Of I imagine that is the idea.

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 Its sad to say but your best bet is to go to Walmart and buy a new keyboard. You'll save money.

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