Problems with the USB mouse driver can be problematic and can be solved. USB mouse drivers need to work smoothly … and if not, they do not seem to want to start working again. I will try to help you in solving this stubborn question
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anything else, turn off the computer completely. Leave approx. Stay for a minute and then turn it back on. I know this is the first step ahead of you, but I can tell you that over the years, Help Desk's work has shown that it has caused more problems than anyone else.
Something real work. Remove and reinstall USB mouse drivers.
To do this, right-click Windows XP or earlier "My Computer" or "Computer" in Windows Vista or Windows 7. In Windows XP or earlier, Properties from the drop-down menu and then in the window that opens, select the Device Manager tab. For Windows Vista or Windows 7, select Properties and then select Device Manager from the menu on the left side of the screen.
In Device Manager, select Mouse or Other Pointing Device. By choosing, I mean expand the little plus. Then right-click on the existing drivers and select the uninstall. Confirm the instructions.
Then restart it. When Windows restarts, the hardware wizard starts up and tries to reinstall the USB mouse driver. Let me be this time. Hopefully this will solve the problem.
If it does not work, then do everything I've just typed in and restart it again. But this time, instead of letting the wizard choose and install the driver for you, click this button to manually locate the driver. After clicking this button, locate the C: WindowsINF folder. If you chose this folder, click OK.
If this still does not resolve the issue, the appropriate INF file may not be listed in the INF folder or the file is corrupted. The best way to find this solution is to find another computer with the same operating system at this point.
On your computer, locate C: WindowsINF and copy the contents of the directory or folder. Place them on the hard disk or USB drive and transfer it to your computer
First, back up your INF folder on your computer and create a restore point. Then copy the content from the INF folder of the other computer to your own, but do not overwrite most files. You may have to click "No" repeatedly to prevent overwriting of files. The ONLY file to be overwritten is any INF file with the word "mouse".
Now repeat the steps described above … uninstall the USB mouse drivers from Device Manager and restart