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equinox55

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What program can disable right clicking with your mouse?
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Trying to mess with a friends computer ehh ?

Well if you go into Control Panel -> Mouse -> Then you can X in a box to switch the click.

There is no option or way that i know to completly disable it.

Or you can disable the mouse and use your keybord instead for a mouse.

Control Panel -> Accessibility Options -> Mouse (tab) -> "X" Use mouse Keys.


Those are the only ways you going to get anywere (that i know of from windows OS) to change your mouse config.
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Hum well it is not for a friend, it was at school they disabled every thing and are still using windows 98 on crappy machines (ibm) we cant even use jump drives nothing. We where suppossed to get new ones but they spent the 3 million fixing the office witch didnt need fisxing so what ever
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so you want to bust windows to get new computers

l for one is not into busting windows

just tell them windows 98 are not supported no more and its causing problems

Edited by rushin1nd, 03 October 2006 - 10:52 PM.

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nah not really i dot care but it seems like where moving back in technology
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you can get all kinds of help here at geeks

your computer problems sound like issues with the
school
it sounds like your asking for detention

busting windows is going to get you in detention
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