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Mouse not working properly

I downloaded the CD that came with my mouse, but the mouse did not work. I managed to go through the "Start" menu and get to "Connectivity" menu. Once I reset the mouse, it started working. Once computer was turned back "On" the next day, the mouse failed to work again. Any suggestions?

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Re: Mouse not working properly

Go to the BIOS and make sure to enable the mouse/keyboard usb connectivity

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