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Did you restart or reboot your system? if not restart your system and see whether it's working or not. Most of the time replacing a hardware we need to restart or re-boot the system.
If your mouse doesn't work than use Keyboard. Press Ctrl+Esc simultaneously than use the arrow key up>choose the control panel>press enter>use right arrow key to choose the mouse option there press enter key again after you have selected.>Using Tab key and arrow key for choosing the option for "setting" that you wanted to change. See whether the setting is correct or not. If not set your setting.
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Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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