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Hi i have a R.A.T.9 gaming mouse i used it for 4 months it worked perfectly until now all the buttons are functional but the cursor is not moving. If i remove the battery for a bit (30min) and reinstall it work for 1 to 2min and it freeze again. I tried reinstalling the drivers, cleaning the lens, trying it in safe mode, changing the mouse pad, testing it on another coputer but nothing helps. Please help me solving the problem my specs are : win7 64bit, 8gb ram, i7 2600k, corsair tx650watts, 500gb hdd, evga 580 nvidia, asus p8p67 deluxe. Thanks for advance

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