Question about Computers & Internet
Your USB ports may have become dissabled by accident
got to your system bios and see if your USB ports are enabled
If your USB ports are enabled check to see that they have an IRQ assigned to them.
if your USB ports are enabled and have an IRQ assigned to them check to see that
"Legacy USB support" is enabled.
if the mouse still does not work , you may have dammaged USB ports , or simply a defective mouse.
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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