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This mouse will not work on my computer even though i have all the requirments is ther something else i need to do???

The arrow will not move at all and getting in to the mouse properties via keyboard turned upp nothing it wasnt listed in the hardrive like it should have been

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Take a look if the driver is installed. I'm assuming you're using a PC with Windows.... Start Control panel System Device manager Then click on the mouse icon, highlight the mouse and click on properties. There will be a driver tab at the top. Take a look see if the device is working properly, you may need to re-install the driver Hope this helps

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