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Porblem in webcam setup and usb mouse

I am having two problems regrading my notebook.
After reinstalling XP,and other drivers
I am not able to get my webcam working
another problem is i normally use usb mouse.
now after reinstalling usb mouse is not getting
So how can i solve this

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