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Mouse is hooked up and lighted up, but no action!

Everything's plugged in, the lights are on, and the USB port is in, but I can't move the pointer, click with either keys, or scroll.

I'm using 64x Vista

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Lol ur os duznt matter...

chek whether the front part of the mouse is completely in place...
my mouse also stops responding when it falls...

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chek the wire... move it and chek..
i suffer this problem too

Posted on May 17, 2009

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