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My cursor won't move, I've had no previous problems with this

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If you have an older mouse - take out the ball at the bottom and clean with soap water. Unplug your mouse and plug back in. or go to your system on control panel then under device manager and run a diagnostic on your mouse (windows should do this for you)

Posted on Sep 25, 2009

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