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    recently I bought an Evoluent vertical mouse. They advised, before installing software, to remove all mouse & keyboard drivers. While using the old mouse, I went to mouse properties & clicked disable. Then I installed the evoluent mouse. The onlly problem is, if I want to use the old mouse again, it doesn't work!

    Is there any way to re-enable the old software too? If I do a reformat, would that reinstall the mouse?

    Here are the specs on my computer:

    Dell One19 (all in one computer)

    Processor
    Type Intel® Celeron®
    Intel Celeron Dual-Core
    Intel Pentium® Dual-Core
    Intel Core™2 Duo
    Intel Core2 Quad

    Drives and Devices
    Drives one 3.5-inch internal
    hard-drive, one tray-load optical drive
    Wireless (optional) LAN 802.11 b/g
    Available devices serial ATA hard drive, DVD-ROM (optional), DVD+/- RW (optional), microphone array, and 8-in-1 Media Card Reader

    Memory
    Connectors two internally-accessible DIMM sockets
    Capacities 1 GB and 2 GB
    Memory type dual channel 800 MHz DDR2
    Memory configurations possible 1 GB, 2 GB, 3 GB, and 4 GB

    Computer Information
    System chipset Intel G41+ICH7
    Data bus width 64 bits
    Processor address

    bus width
    32 bits
    BIOS chip (NVRAM) W25X80AVSSIG
    (8 Mb)
    Memory speed 800 MHz
    System bus frequency 800/1066/1333 MHz

    External Connectors
    Network adapter RJ45 connector
    USB 2.0 three side-panel and three back-panel connectors
    Audio two side-panel connectors for microphone/line-in and headphone/line-out; one back-panel connector for line-out
    IEEE 1394a one side-panel 4-pin serial connector

    Video
    Video type Intel X4500
    LCD interface Low-Voltage Differential Signaling (LVDS)

    Audio
    Audio type Integrated speakers
    Power 2 W x 2

    Display
    Type (active-matrix TFT) 18.5 inches, 16:9, WXGA
    Maximum resolution 1366 x 768
    Luminance 300 cd/m2
    Response time (typical) 5 ms
    Contrast ratio Min. 600; Typ. 1000
    Viewing angles 8° to 35°

    Camera
    Pixel 1.3 megapixel
    Video resolution 1280 x 1024 at 8 fps
    160 x 120 ~ 640 x 480 at 30 fps
    Diagonal viewing angle 66°

    Power
    Wattage 130 W
    Voltage 100-240 VAC
    Backup battery 3-V CR2032 lithium coin cell

    Physical
    Type Inspiron One 19 Inspiron One 19T
    Height 386.39 mm (15.21 inches) 385.90 mm (15.20 inches)
    Width 477.39 mm (18.79 inches) 476.90 mm (18.80 inches)
    Depth 103.98 mm (4.09 inches) 107.30 mm (4.20 inches)
    Weight (approximate) 7.3 kg (16.1 lb) 8.3 kg (18.3 lb)

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    Try doing a System Restore, see what that does. Need help with that, let us know. Tell us the operating system installed?

    Joe

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    thanks, I will

    I think I can figure out how to do it. I use windows 7