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I Can't right click on my wireless mouse. The mouse lights up and I can left click with no problem. Any Solution besides buying a new one? Thanks

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You may want to check your mouse settings in your O/S and make sure the right click hasn't been turned off or set to do something else.

Check under Start --> control panel --> mouse

That's for a windows O/S which I am assuming you are using.

Posted on Jul 07, 2010

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