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Mouse buttons not working

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I have a Microsoft Wireless intellimouse explorer2 mouse. Its buttons have suddenly stopped working. But when I reinstalled the Win XP it worked for some days then left button stopped working and now even rght is not working.

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    damon gadsby Feb 08, 2008

    Mouse buttons not working

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  • itza Feb 27, 2009

    my mouse just stoped working and i changed the batteries and that wasn't it. i don't know what to do. evrything seems fine and the light gets on for like fivr seconds and the turns off idky. please i need help...

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Try unscrewing the mouse and see if the mouse clips are engaging on the sensors or clips

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