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transit

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Hi everyones.

I was using my computer last night (11/15/11). and I turn it off normally, this morning when I put it on, my mouse is not working. stay in the middle of the screen. I using a digital mouse (with cable), the light in the mouse is on, but the mouse is not moving. how I can fix my mouse.

thank you to all that check my post, and any one that have solution to my problem.

transit.

Edited by transit, 16 November 2011 - 03:17 PM.

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Neil Jones

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If it plugs into the green hole on the back of the computer, shut the computer down, unplug the mouse, plug it back in (securely) and start the machine again.
If it plugs into a rectangular port (USB), unplug it from the current one and plug it into another USB port. You do not need to shut down the computer for this one.

If possible, try the mouse on another computer. If it doesn't work on another computer, buy a new mouse, they cost next to nothing.
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If it plugs into the green hole on the back of the computer, shut the computer down, unplug the mouse, plug it back in (securely) and start the machine again.
If it plugs into a rectangular port (USB), unplug it from the current one and plug it into another USB port. You do not need to shut down the computer for this one.

If possible, try the mouse on another computer. If it doesn't work on another computer, buy a new mouse, they cost next to nothing.


well said... :)
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transit

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Hi, neil and happy.

thank you for you help with my problem.. and yes I did what you said. and I guess was the mouse that broke.

thank you.

transit.
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