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I have a new cordless mouse. Works fine for a while, then when I click on 'print preview' the computer then reboots. any ideas???

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  • elliottjh Aug 27, 2010

    Thankyou yozdutzu. Old cordless mouse worked fine, until it stopped competely. computer is under 1 year old.

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Its not from the mouse you might have a lot of dust in the fans an the windows is old install a new os an clean the fans

Posted on Aug 27, 2010

  • i meant the OS is damaged try switching the usb

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