Question about Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 5000
Unfortunately it sounds like your mouse has finally failed. If every function works fine but right click, and you have changed the batteries, then it indicates the mouse has started to fail. There is no way to disable right clicking, because as you mentioned it is a very important feature on any computer, for any and all programs. Since it is over a year old I believe the warranty has expired, but you can try contacting microsoft, be very nice to them, and see if they will help you out with a free one :) 1-800-360-7561 is their number.
Personally I recommend you just replace it with something inexpensive and similar like:
For $15 or so, it's probably not worth all the hassle to try and get Microsoft to replace it. But just to reiterate, the mouse has definitely failed, there is nothing you can do beyond replace it.
Posted on Sep 09, 2010
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