I have accidently set my Left click too 0 and now my computer is unusable. What do I do?

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louisisverycool
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I have accidently set my Left click too 0 and now my computer is unusable. What do I do?

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XMBC Version: idk
Installed or Portable version: installed
Windows Version: Windows 10
Mouse Information (brand/model): Trust gaming mouse T16
Relevant Computer Information (CPU, RAM etc): N/A
Did the problem occur after an upgrade of XMBC? (If so, from what version?): no
Did the problem occur after a Windows update/upgrade? (If so, from what version?): no.
How long have you used XMBC?: 2 days
What language and keyboard layout do you use in Windows?: qwerty

So a few hours ago I accidently set the key bind control for left click to 0, meaning my Left click had been completely removed (this was the "default" layer so it was global) luckily, using the arrow keys I was able to uninstall X-mouse, however when re-installed the key binds are the same meaning it makes my computer unusable. What should I do to fix this?
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Re: I have accidently set my Left click too 0 and now my computer is unusable. What do I do?

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How about reading the FAQ where you should find the answer!
viewtopic.php?p=1038#p1038
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