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Mouse troubles with my Compaq Presario 5000 PC

When i turn on my computer in the normal mode the mouse does not show up and i need to use the keyboard to move around, but when i went into safe mode the mouse shows up and is usable and is usable on other computers when i hooked it up to my other computer, so this proves that it is not the actual mouse that is the problem. how can i fix this?

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Looks like to me that you have generic drivers loaded if you get to my computer right click on it and go down to properties then click on it click on hardware and than look for your mouse and right click on it and look for remove than click on it to remove the mouse from the computer say yes than close out of it and restart the computer once the computer starts up the new hardware found should pop up and continue installation from here ok good luck !!!!!

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Now to check if the montor is fine just unplug the video cable only which will show no input signal on the screen. If it shows this signal the monitor is fine. Plug back in the video cable.

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