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Hi...

I am wondering about why when i plug in my Aztech Wireless Mouse...then my Mac Book cannot connect to the Internet...however...when i plug out...then it can connect...

What is the main problem??

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If you're trying to connect to the internet with WiFi it's probably RF interference generated by the mouse wireless transmitter. See if the mouse allows you to chose a different frequency.
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