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My left mouse button isn't working right. Whenever I double click something on the desktop or on the taskbar icons, they don't open. I have to right click and click open to open programs. It also doesn't work in web browsers. When I click on a link it opens a new tab with that link and also loads the link in the same window. When I click on a tab, it closes it instead of switching to it.

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  • Anonymous Mar 11, 2009

    same left mouse botton :(

  • Anonymous Apr 29, 2009

    right works but not the left ..if u switch them them then left works and not the right

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My right mouse is not working

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