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Mouse will not move

I can not get my cursor to move after i log on what can i do to make it work...its an mac i book g4

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Tmp plug in a two button mouse, go to preferences to check settings, remove any DVD or CD.
IF all fails do a cmd+option+p+R on a restart and make it chime 3 times.
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