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Check the rechargable battery, in the mouse and keyboard if it's wireless, if not, get back with me. Also check your bluetooth settings, I am leaning more toward that. Bluetooth is sometimes troublesome. Use the default settings, if you can, keep a spare usb mouse around for times like this. These machines get touchy sometimes, and the more "stuff", they have to do, the more likelly a problem will arise.If that's not the problem please let me know if you installed any new hardware or sofware apps, since the last time you used it for this task, thanks
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
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