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My mouse on my computer quit working. I've cleaned, checked the connection and have even purchased a new mouse and it still won't work. Is there anything it can be???

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It can be the H/w of the system. As you said you have checked with another mouse and it is also not working, Get your system checked by a h/w tech as seems to be the Port of the Mouse has gone bad.

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