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Left mouse button keeps clicking

My wireless mouse repeatedly keeps clicking the left mouse button even when I don't press the button. This makes it impossible to use. I have installed the driver and turned it on and off several times but it still keeps doing it. What can I do?

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Re: left mouse button keeps clicking

Could be the inside button that is defective and causing false contacts try to open the mouse and check that button

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