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Hi Verify first whether your system is affected by "TROJAN" or any other viruses
If "YES" Remove the smae by using "ANTIVIRUS" S/W (Preferably AVG !!)

Go to C:\Windows (O.K how to open C or C:\Windows is your questions ..Correct !! MAy be try to right click and use open with option..and select C:\Windows\Explorer.exe OR system may open show openwith window..click on browse and select c:\windows\explorer.exe)

Open REGEDIT file
Find "MOUNTPOINTS2" using Ctrl + F
Delete the same
Repeat the process unless all the "MOUNTPOINTS2" are deleted.

I hope this will solve your mouse problems.

If not, try this method too

Open up regedit.exe by using Start\Run and then browse down to this registry key:
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\shell
Double-click on the default value and set it to “none” without the quotes, as seen here:
Mouse will not double click to open, or right - regfolder.png

This will restore the normal behavior.
Hope it solved your problems...!! Thanks.

Posted on May 04, 2010

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