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Try taking the back off your mouse and cleaning the contacts with a q-tip and some alcohol. I would bet the other wheels inside your mouse could use a cleaning as well. Your mouse should work fine after you clean it.

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if the left click dont work then it doesnt work unless there is a small fault in there. Can you here the click when you press it?

Truthly mouse and keyboards do not need drivers. So uninstalling and reinstalling will not do anything apart from taking up your time.

If you replace your mouse you will NOT have to get a new keyboard if you want. I have looked on the site that you gave for another mouse and truthly its up to you which one you want to get.

Hope this helps.

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