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I bought a new wired mouse. although the mouse is connected to the computer (i can see that the bulb inside is lighted up) but it wont move on the screen. i then tried reconnecting my old mouse but that wont work either! im now connecting my old mouse through a usb port. but connecting the new mouse in a usb port wont work. im quite positive the mouse isnt spoilt cos the bulb lights up :D the new mouse doesnt come with a installation CD. what should i do :X

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If it is a usb mouse then try to reinstall the usb motherboard drivers again, it might had corrupted, or it can be a hardware conflict, try to remove the old driver and reinstall for the new mouse,, should work

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