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You may want to try shutting down the computer, and plugging in the USB mouse normally USB mice are ready to go. also make sure the mouse has fresh batteries, if it uses them. If neither of these works check your mouse settings in your "Control panel"
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If you can see the Dell Touchpad icon near the clock in the system tray then double click it to open the Dell Touchpad Window.
Click on the Device Select option to get into it.
Now in the Device Select tab you will find the "Disable Touchpad / Pointing Stick when external USB Mouse is present." checkbox at the bottom part of the windows.
Check the option and Apply the new settings.
Finally click on OK button and restart your system.
Check for the changes you did once your system has booted
hope this helps
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