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The keyboard seems to be working ok now but the mouse is giving me real problems because when the computer is switched on the mouse is dead(no arrow movement), I then push the button on the USB sensor and it starts to flicker. So I push the button under the mouse but nothing happens, I then remove the batteries and replace them and the mouse will then work. I want the mouse to work when I switch on the computer without going through the aforementioned procedure.

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