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Right click does not work Windows 7 - halp!

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It is the strangest thing since formatting my Vista machine and doing a clean install of Windows 7.

If I start to right click, maybe after the 15 to 20th time (or more) it will finally work.

Its absolutely painful when working on my PC, even more so when gaming!!!


I tried using Google and only thing they say is to make sure I have the latest drivers,
and I have done so.

I have an HP Pavilion Elite m9150f Desktop PC, and I downloaded the latest Windows 7 - 32 bit drivers for everything I could. Including video, sound, network, and Intel drivers for the rest.

How can I fix this???

Best regards,
THT
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by:als315
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Are you sure in your mouse? Try to change left and right buttons in control panel and test.
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Gerwin Jansen earned 500 total points
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You tried another input device/mouse right?
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by:TheHappyTech
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How embarassing.

Als315 that was first thing I tried. I switched input as a test.

Gerwinjansen, you are right. It was a bad mouse!
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