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Internal mouse all of a sudden this mouse does ONLY react on right and left click.what is the problem?

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Go to your control page and click on your mouse, then check the settings on it. If you have a default option, select that option. If your mouse has been altered in any way prior to this accidentally or however, the default setting should fix the issue. Also, check for any updates that your mouse driver might need.

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