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HI all !

I have a cordless microsoft mouse which was working fine until a few days ago.When i right click, it doesnt give me the copy/paste options...what happened?

Any ideas will be much appreciated !

Thanks in Advance!
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Go through your mouse prefferences, and if that doesn't work. Try the whole thing over again.
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