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Try downloading the latest driver from the manufacturer's website and then removing the device from the device manager, rebooting, and reinstalling with the downloaded driver.
If there are multiple pointer devices (mouse, touchpad, trackball, eraser/joystick thingy), make sure you only have the one you want enabled in the BIOS and in the mouse properties in the control panel.