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My HP optical wireless mouse has just recently decided to flip the primary mouse buttons, where as the RMB now acts as the main button. I am used to the standard LMB configuration, and no matter how many times I try to configure it on the control panel for the mouse, it reverts back to this annoying stage. Can anyone provide me with a fix for this?

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  • Nalin DSouza
    Nalin DSouza Oct 06, 2010

    which Operating system are you using ???

  • lehighvalley Oct 06, 2010

    Windows XP media center edition. Sorry, my bad.

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Ok well open up control panel and double click on mouse,once that is done u'll get a new window asking you to change the selection of when you click what happens change the selection click on apply and then ok and let me know what happens,if this works out would like you to help me get a 4 thumbs up if not let me know and i'll give you another solution

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