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My pointer (mouse)

My mouse doesn't work and i call tech support at fujitsu and they told me that it needs to be repaired. wellmy problem is that i can't afford to not have my laptop for a week or 2. so can u help me do it myself and let me know what i would need to purchase.

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Re: my pointer (mouse)

Hi my suggestion is: "DO NOT MESS WITH THAT STUFF"!!! not for a lack of insufficient funds it will be smarter, cheeper, quicker and everything you can imagine to just buy a regular mouse and hook it up to the USB less then 20$ for a good 1 good luck

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