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Hi...May i ask you all why when i use my wireless mouse...then i cannot connect to the internet...however..when i didn use it..then it can connect...
what is the problem ??

Please reply me if someone know this problem..thank you very much...
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It sounds to me like you are using a radio frequency wireless mouse that is causing electrical interference with the WiFi signal. If your mouse allows for changing frequencies, try a different one. Otherwise use a different mouse. I never heard of this problem before.
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I have never heard of that before. Do you know the wireless range of your mouse, or could you tell us the brand and model # of the device? The wireless cards run a 2.4GHz frequency, as do many mice. My mouse is so, but i have never had that problem before. What other devices do you have around your computer workspace? Also, try plugging the computer in wired to your router, and see if the internet works, that'll show if there's something wrong with the computer itself.

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The brand of the mouse is Aztech..
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Did you try plugging the computer in wired to see fi the internet worked? I have never heard of Aztech before, theya re produced by a company called the Shiro Corporation though.

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