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I have a Dell Inspiron 8200. The mouse does not respond. It slides down and to the left and then becomes inoperable. Is there any way to fix the problem? Could I use an external mouse?

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You can get some really cool tiny little mouse these days or even one with a ball on top that you rotate,ive got an optical one on my standalone,its got a cable but its pretty smooth.
But first try to configure the touchpad in your settings,thaths the most likely problem that you can most probably fix yourself

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