Question about NexxTech (NOMR)
If this is't a physical problem then you can try re-installing the drivers by going to Control Panel>>>System>>>Hardware>>>Device manager then under 'Mice and other pointing devices' right click on your mouse and go to 'uninstall.' Unplug it then plug it in again and the drivers should re-install if it's a plug and play device - otherwise you will need to use the cd that came with it.
Using the above method will make the mouse unfunctional for a period so you'll need to have another mouse or learn to use your keyboard!!
However if it is a physical problem then there's not much you can do. Depending on how much you paid for it in the first place you might want to get it fixed or just buy a new one - see here for prices - they're not too bad!
Mice aren't the most reliable hardware - I'm using one with a broken scroll wheel as we speak!! Hope this is of some assistance.
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
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