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Missing file When I purchased my new computer I had the business move the files from the old one to the new one. Now, when I boot up the old computer it says there is a missing file and the mouse will not work. I was advised to just keep trying to re-install windows 98, however I have done this at least 3 times and it still gives me the message to attach a mouse. There is a mouse attached, I can get booted up into the safe mode but still cannot do anything because the mouse won't work. The business that transferred my files can't seem to be helpful either. I don't want to take the old computer in to see if they can fix it because I don't want the expense, however I do know someone that would like to have my old computer to start learning on. My old computer brand is Seanex, which seems to be unusual. Would be grateful if you can be of any assistance.

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You are probably going to need a driver to install.
find the brand of mouse go to their website and download the drivers then install those drivers on windows. this could also be hardware failure or 10 other things without the computer it would be difficult to debug.

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