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My mouse and roller bar stopped working - its frozen. I checked the device manager and its says its working properly. When I connected an external mouse it works fine. wonder what is going on? pls help

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Its a most probly issue wth ur mouse pad. connectivity were not proply. so kindly chk it out ur touch pad.

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