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Mouse is Frozen on my laptop asus

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by ANS718, Mar 16, 2010.

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  1. ANS718

    ANS718 Thread Starter

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    My mouse cursor is frozen on my laptop. My Husband let my son play with my laptop, and now the mouse is frozen. I shut it down and restarted it several times. I only know how to get around on my laptop using the tab button. I am using my phone to ask this question now. Please help me.
     
  2. oksteve

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    If you have a means to roll back your system then that should take care of it. Or your trackpad needs updated drivers.
    Go to the support pages on the net for Asus and they will gve you the required info
    Your son may have right clicked somewhere disabling the mouse.
    Look in system properties under track pad and see if the check box is unticked
     
  3. ANS718

    ANS718 Thread Starter

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    The trackpad drivers are working properly

    Asus support it s a joke they had be reboot my computer, which I previously did.



    I thought about it. The mouse worked on the main start up board right before logging in under our usual user name, so I created another username using Tab to get around.
    The pointer is working fine under the new user name. Which lead me to believe this is not a hardware problem. Am I right? If so what kind of problem is it, and how do I go about getting it fixed. I would still like to access that user name and use of my mouse.

    Thank you.
     
  4. maceman

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    Are you using TouchPad or usb mouse?
    Synapsis TouchPad settings you can check from the Control Panel
    XP: Control Panel->Printers and other devises->Mouse
    Vista & 7: Control Panel->Hardware and Sound->Mouse
     
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