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Mouse issue My mouse cursor is frozen in the center of the monitor screen even after I've formatted the hard drive and loaded all the bundled software and hardware drivers that came with the Insignia disk!The mouse will not work at all and I've tried a corded one as well as an optical but to no avail!

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Re: Mouse issue - Insignia D400a PC Desktop PC Desktops

Have you tried a PS/2 and USB mouse?

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