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My MX 100 Laser mouse won't charge. Is there a solution

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Please follow this simple tips:
1. Restart your computer
2. Press DEL/F10/F12
3. In the CMOS setup utility change the configuration. Enable the use of USB mouse
Be sure to attach the USB in the USB port.

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