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Responding error of mouse or USB while using it?

Sometimes either USB port stops working or mouse stops responding on screen after sometime when i connect it to my laptop ?Please tell me why it happen so?

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This seems like a conflict in the drivers. Check the device manager for conflicts like a yellow esclamation mark. YOu can get to it by going to start /control panel /system icon / device manager

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Try to look for ps2 to usb port converter in the computer stores maybe you can still used your old mouse.

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