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Ih-m186oc stopped working

Bought ihome travel mouse for my daughter's mini acer laptop (runs windows xp). Mouse worked for one night, but now won't work. In device manager view, I can see when the usb is disconnected or not, the computer simply doesn't respond when I move the mouse.

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