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camcamkam

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does anyone know what to do when your mouse is frozen and still won't move after several reboots?
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You could try uninstalling and then reinstalling the driver for the mouse.

Maybe the mouse is broken.
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try going to buy a usb mouse, for instance my old computer which was asus always had horrible mouse problems like that, i finly looked it up and apparently it had a flaw with ps2 mouses so i got a usb one and it worked great with it. Course then the computer got replaced anyways just to upgrade ;) :tazz:
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