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Hi I wanted to use my Microsoft Arc Mouse, plugged the USB part in, opened the mouse, but nothing happened. Later I saw that the pointer of the mouse moves, so the mouse is in connection with my computer, however it didnt move the way I moved the mouse. It moved like 2 seconds later than I moved the mouse... I've already tried all the USB ports on my computer, it still doesnt work. I've changed the battery in it, didnt use. I've tried everything so far, but i cannot find a solution. Please, could you be so kind to help me as far as you can? Thank you. Best regards

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