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Praburaj
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Mouse Left Click not working

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Wireless mouse left click not working all of sudden

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praveen196
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@Praburaj Welcome to HP Community!

 

I understand that the wireless mouse left click button is not working.

 

Have you tried with a wired mouse and checked?

 

I would suggets you conatct our phone support and check for the support option. They will help you.

 

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jordansilk1441
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Hi,

On Windows 10, head to Settings > Devices > Mouse. Under “Select your primary button,” ensure the option is set to “Left.” On Windows 7, head to Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Mouse and ensure “Switch primary and secondary buttons” isn't checked. The ClickLock feature can also cause strange issues.

Thanks and Best Regards:

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