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Dell Latitude D620 Pointing stick will only move mouse pointer to left & right. No longer has vertical motion. Worked fine until yesterday. Have made no changes to the system before problem started

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Just replace your mouse, with the same model. It could
be defective.

Posted on Oct 01, 2009

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