My mouse has stopped working.

Original title: the mouse does not?
Suddenly froze mouse?  Cannot be used at all, was to sign & mouse trouble no instruction



1. when exactly the problem occur?

2. have you checked by plugging the mouse to another computer?

3. What is the brand and model of the mouse?

Step 1:

I suggest you to use the mouse on another computer and check if it works.

Step 2:
Also update the last chipset and other device drivers on the manufacturer's Web site. See the following link for more help.
Update a hardware driver that is not working properly.
I hope this helps.

Tags: Windows

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