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I'm trying to set up a new acer laptop and I following the instruction from inserting the battery up to booting d system.now the mouse pad is not working,d cursor is just stagnant on d screen and I need it to click to accept d terms and conditions before I can proceed.what do I do? (I've already restarted twice)

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Make sure the mouse is not connected to the keyboard port and vice versa. They should be color coded just match the colors.

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