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My mouse has stopped working

I have to left click to open files instead off right clicking how do i change it back

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Your buttons got switched for some reason go to:
start-(settings)control panel-mouse-when window opens un-select switch primary button-press ok your buttons should go back to normal and you can close out of there.
--- I tried switching mine and my mind just won't click :-)

if it works for you, don't forget to rate me

thx

Posted on May 26, 2010

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The mouse buttons may have been swapped from LH to RH or vice versa.
Go to Control panel - Mouse - Buttons tab - in Button configuration click the selection box (Switch primary and secondary buttons) with the right button on the mouse.
If you have used the wrong mouse button then select it again with the correct button.
Then click Apply and then OK.

Posted on May 26, 2010

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