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Corded mouse problems

I have to unplug and plug it to get it working

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Hi, good day.
if not mistaken either your mouse or CPU is " Dell ".
use another Brand if mouse begins to fail.
I had same problem. changed to HP mouse and problem solved.


Posted on May 27, 2014

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