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Hi
Is it a mouse with a usb connection?
If so there are a few things worth trying:
1 try another input,
2 go to START-CONTROL PANEL-THEN CLICK ON MOUSE AND FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS.

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Posted on Feb 20, 2012

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