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I cannot move the mouse on screen- what do I do?

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Make sure there is nothing plugged into any USB ports, restart the computer (or manually shut it down by pressing the button) and turn it back on. If that doesn't fix it, try plugging in a USB wireless (or wired) mouse and see if that works.

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