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My ezclick mouse # 12071 won't install properly. I'm running Windows Vista. The box said no drivers necessary?

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Call support. If you just bought it then a human should help u out.
Review from the satan store, WalMart: Got this mouse @ Xmasn time & it has fried every one of my usb ports on my computer & monitor. It suddenly just quits working & when I plug it into a different post it works for a few weeks & then nothing.
I am unable to contact the manufacturer since there is no information on the mouse & I discarded the box back during th holidays.
Beware of this nasty little device.
Hmmm...

Posted on Jul 17, 2008

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