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Welcome to Seven Forums, misu.
We'll probably need more information in your System Specs to really help, but a good first place to start is to go and get the latest drivers for your wireless mouse from the manufacturer - don't rely on the drivers that Microsoft may have installed, there have been reports that a number of Microsoft supplied drivers cause problems for one reason or another.
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