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One thing you can try is you are currently using a PS/2 mouse (one with pins and whatnot), try a USB mouse. If that doesn't work then you know there's something wrong with your Operating system. If it does, then there's something wrong with the PS/2 mouse port
Posted on Jul 27, 2008
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