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No mouse controll

The built in mouse nor an external usb mouse will let me controll actions.

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I saw you a minute ago requesting assistance via "Let our Experts Solve your problems" we are bound as Experts to ask for a payment when people require assistance in this manner. Goodness knows why you didnt wait until someone answers you. Your problem with your mouse is to reinstall the drivers. The USB mouse must have come with a driver so install that else look here for the driver. That is all your problem is, its a software one.

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