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mouse moves, but doesn't click.

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by xsunbo, Nov 7, 2007.

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  1. xsunbo

    xsunbo Thread Starter

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    well. when i'm not running in safe mode, after about a minute or two, my house will move, but will not click. and my keyboard does not work when not in safe mode either (except for ctrl+alt+del and the window key). does anyone have a solution to this? i do not like running in safe mode, so if anyone has any help, i would greatly appreciate it. thanks in advance!
     
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    guys, i know you don't have to help, but please. this problem is incredibly frustrating. i would love ANY help. i have no clue what is causing the problem so i'll need help finding out what the problem is and solving it.
     
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    thanks, but i couldn't find anything "mouse error" related. grrr. this is very frustrating. i have a ton of files on my computer, but i'm thinking of creating a set of recovery discs and doing a complete system restore. would that be a good idea?
     
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    Unless someone can think of a better solution maybe it would be easier and less time consuming to save what you have to cd and reformat which in itself would clean out all the accumulated crud that builds up over time.
    Good Luck.
     
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