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Mouse not working, can't fix spyware problem


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Pantrwrstl

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I was trying to fix a problem with windows XP using your site, http://www.geekstogo...12473-s165.html, was reccomended to use my windows cd to repair windows, went through that whole process of reinstalling the files. The next time i acessed windows, my mouse didnt work and hasnt worked since. dont know what to do... any help?
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here's the easy thing to try:

with the power off diconnect the mouse
start the pc, let the mouse fail(not found ...), do a shutdown using start, reconnect the mouse, start the pc

if this does not work, please report any mouse related messages during boot up

note: do not connect/disconnect a ps2 mouse with the power on
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I tired what you said, but didnt recieve any messages or errors related to the mouse, ive tried different usb ports and that didnt work either...
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Check status of mouse in device manager. Also check and update if needed the USB drivers.
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