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1. Did you try to work with another mouse?
2. What type of mouse are you using? (manufacturer, model).
Thanks for replying. I have a Dell M-UK Del3 and a Dell optical mouse, model unknown. Neither of them work.
Have you changed bios settings from default settings? Since according to your post, the mouse left button and the pointer movement are not working in visual bios, the problem is not related to windows. Try reinstall bios 0061 using recovery method: BIOS Recovery Update Instructions for Intel® NUC . In order to get Power Button Menu, press Power Button 3 seconds (and not more that 4 seconds), till the Power Led changes color from blue to amber. Now relase the POwer button, the NUC will boot into Power Button Menu. Now you will be able to recover your bios by pressing F4 (with SY0061.BIO file on USB) : Download BIOS Update [SYSKLi35.86A]
Hope this will help
Well it turns out that BOTH mice were faulty! Slightly annoyed but at least a have a clean system