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1. Check all your connections to ensure your mouse is connected to your computer.
 
2. Go to your device manager page to ensure your drivers are up to date.
 
3. Uninstall and reinstall the device drivers
 
4. Restart your computer.
 
You can find the drivers for both PC and Mac [http://drivers.razersupport.com//index.php?_m=downloads&_a=view&parentcategoryid=340&pcid=244&nav=0,76,244| here|new_windows=true].

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Original post by: Preston Darling ,

Text:

1.    Check all your connections to ensure your mouse is connected to your computer.

2.    Go to your device manager page to ensure your drivers are up to date.

3.    Uninstall and reinstall the device drivers

4.    Restart your computer.

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