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If it's a USB mouse try to swich it to another USB PORT.
if not, try to use another mouse to see if the problem is with the PC or the problem is with the mouse.
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
SOURCE: I installed a Logitech wireless
There should be a connect button on both the mouse and the receiver. Press the connect button on the receiver, then on the mouse. Sometimes you have to use a paper clip or a pen to push this button. This synchronizes the radio frequency being used.
Posted on Jul 05, 2008
Is the computer a laptop or desktop????
This problem often occours with laptops and the best way of getting rid with this is reinstalling windows.
If the above solution doesn't work, the USB cable of mouse may be faulty, which is very hard to detect, making you buy new mouse.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
Startup PC, press F8 at instant of turn on... choose Safe Mode. when you are asked if you want safe desktop or system restore choose restore, when you get to the restore menu, choose a date BEFORE you had problems there may only be one or two to choose from. just follow the instructions and you should be back to working with all that behind you.
Posted on Feb 24, 2010
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