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Hi, I have a laptop whose mouse does appear on the screen and moves with great ease, the only problem is that when I try to use it to scroll down the page it does not. I dont know whats wrong. Can anyone, please help me out? -L

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Try to use different mouse if it works then your mouse is faulty.

if it doesn't work try to re-install your mouse driver.

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