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Ps 2 mouse no driver install

Ps2 mouse not moving is it the driver my problem

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Windows has inbuilt driver for all the mouse. YOu dont need to install the driver separately for your PS2 or USB mouse.
The reason why yours is not moving can be
1) Mouse cap/IC gone bad & needed to be changed a new mouse
2) OS faulty (very rare 1 out of 100)

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