Question about Microsoft K80-00030 Wireless Optical Mouse PS2/USB US Only CD w/Tilt Wheel Blue Moon IMD Retail Box (MICROSOFTK8000030)

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I have a Microsoft mouse that doesn't take batteries,just the usual plug into the back of the tower.Had my pc totally refurbished and now the mouse doesn't act right,the left click doesn't work at all and I can't move or resize pages.I can't scroll like before,can't use the back buttons and I can't even open up the start menu now or go to any of my regular prgrams.I tried to find updated drivers for my mouse but so far haven't been able to find any that don't cost.This is making me crazy so any help would be great..anyone else having a problem like this?

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Try:
Start>Setting>Control Panel>Mouse

Adjust and configure the mouse....

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