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I took the ball out and cleaned the rollers inside, but it still won't go left...Would I be able to use my HP mouse in the sony vaio computer? or would you have any ides on how to fix my sony mouse?

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Most mice are connected via a generic driver, unless you have specific software for it. So the HP mouse should be fine.

Posted on Dec 05, 2008

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