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Mouse is not accepted by the system.

I have Gateway M-1625 system with Windows Vista Premium OS. When i m connecting the Mouse of Intex make, it is not detected by system and msg. comes on screen is "USB device is not suitable."

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It is likely that the mouse is not compatible with Vista

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