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Mouse no longer working can't get it to move I switched with another mouse I had which is working and it did not work either when I connected that one too

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Make sure you're shutting down your pc completely before connecting the mouse. Once connected power your computer on and see if it works.

If it's a USB mouse try a different USB port.

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