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I don't think you actually need a driver for any mouse, epecially if you are using a simple optical scroll mouse and Win98/XP/Vista/7. It is a plug & play device and needs no drivers. It seems to be a loose connection or a snapped wire.
If You're good at soldering and making small "Do It Yourself" (DIY) kind of electronic kits and have a multimeter then I think you will be able to trace the break in the wire (if there's any) and repair it.
Basically there are 4 or 5 wires and all are color coded so you should not find it difficult to join them.
CAUTION! If you're not technically inclined/qualified, please DON'T try any of the above. Just get a new PS2 or USB mouse, plug it in and start using it. Operating Systems that are WinXP and above will auto-detect your peripheral and make it user ready.
Good luck Sahil & hope this solves your query.
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