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Mouse pinter is partially moving

I have got a wireless optical mouse (super mini) for my laptop (acer, windows xp). The pointer moves only horizontally along the top edge of the screen. I could not move it to any other direction. can any one suggest a solution? Thanks. binn

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Re: mouse pinter is partially moving

I would restart the computer, and if that does not solve the issue, I would replace the mouse.

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