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Mouse not working at all and need help with the BIOS & how to make my mouse work

I could not find the icon with the mouse on it while pressing the fn key as (benwabnick) has suggested,thanks for your help. I am in the bios,but unsure what to do to find information on why my mouse on my laptop ACER ASPIRE 5315 is not working at all,I did try the above help,but could not find a icon with the mouse on the keyboard,could someone help thanks.

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Left click start. Left click control panel. In Vista find Hardware and Sound and left click on mouse. You should get a window which allows you to set mouse functions. In XL Left click start. Left click control panel. A window should open listing various computer systems. Left click on mouse. You should get a window which allows you to set mouse functions. If you don't see mouse symbol or word, make sure the mouse software is installed. This should work. You can check on the mouse software by going to Device Manager and checking Input Devices. To do this go to Control Panel as directed above. Left click start. Left click Hardware and Sound. Find Device Manager and left click. Then, find Input Devices.

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