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Problem with Microsoft wheelmouse

I have Microsoft wheel mouse. I have been using since it was introduces some years ago. All of a sudden recently while doing some work or browsing, it lock on me until I reboot the computer again! I don't know the cause does any body knows and could help? Is it possibel that the mouse has ran out of its life and may have to be replaced?

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  • rahbh Mar 10, 2009

    Mine when plugged in to the USB thing doesn't turn on.

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Before replacing try downloading the latest drivers for it from microsoft. You should be able to find them in the downloads or support section at microsoft.com. Hope this helps & please remember to rate my answer. Thanks.

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