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Mouse doesn't move

My friend has a mouse that won't work. It doesn't move, but if there's something under it, you can click. It's a laptop and her touchpad works, but she's got a dock and when she puts it on the dock, the mouse won't work.
I have changed mice, changed USB ports it's plugged into, just restarted the computer without changing the mouse...none of them have helped.
Any suggestions?

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Well in case of opto-mechanical mouse all u hav to do is open d mouse and just clean d rollers(as d ball moves d rollers also move and that decide d X-Y coefficients) which are clogged with sticky dirt n dust.
In case of optical mouse it's d crystal which is most vulnerable to failure,so after detailed tests procedures change d faulty component,u might require professional guidance.
Also cleaning d lens below the LED will help.
Repairs of optical Mouse is not worth it,considering d obsolute nature of electronic circuits,and d rapid fall n d prices,replacing is d only option for an optical mouse

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