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    Thanks...I'll give it a try.

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New mouse or old ? if new remove it and try to plug it back in computer should tel you new hardware found if not then try to make sure the mouse is plug in if it is look at the plug closely and see if any of the prongs are bent if they are you need a new mouse .....if none of this is the problem try a different mouse if it work the other mouse can not be used on your computer with out the right drivers

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