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Mouse Just recently I was on my compaq laptop and my mouse on my computer just stopped and it will not move now. What do I do.

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Hi, silly I know, is it usb or wireless?
Usb, when micky starts to fail, I usually restart the whole system.

Fingers crossed, would you happen to have a sprse Micky to try that you know was is working?

Wireless. Silly ans, have you recharged or renewed batts.?

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