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About your problem sir, usually mouse nowadays, is plug and play. The meaning of that is when plug it to USB, it will be read by the computer readily.
But in your case, looks like the mouse is not plug and play, so you need a driver to be installed first so you can use your mouse. The driver of your mouse maybe in some CD in the package together with your mouse when you bought it. In case you lost it, you can download it over the internet. Try downloading it at http://driverscollection.com/?H=SWOP-35&By=A4Tech. You can also find other drivers there that you may need in the future.
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You do not have your sound drivers installed. If its built-in sound(in your computer, or on your monitor) look up the manufacturer and the model, and look for sound drivers on their website.
If its speakers, and they did not require drivers before, your sound card is what needs the driver. If you have never opened your computer, bought it like it is now, then look up your computers brand and then the model on the manufacturers website.
If its a custom built machine, open it and look for the sound card. write down the manufacturer and model number, and repeat the above steps.