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Quick Tips - Un-technical Technical Help
Did your mouse stop working? You shook it and even thought about slamming it on your desk? Try this before running out to the big box store to replace it.
If it's wireless, replace the batteries.
Check to make sure the receiver for the wireless mouse or the cord for a mechanical mouse is properly plugged into the back of the CPU (the computer box).
Check the surface you're using the mouse on. Here is what interferes with a mouse: the grain in wood desk or the colors in a mousepad because a mouse is so sensitive and experiences it as a separate vibration source.(Amazing, isn't it?)