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Zarkahn

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Suddenly yesterday, my mouse quit working. to a point. I turn my comp on and after so long, the curser stays in one spot. it still animates when its loading somthing but it stays put. I can still move around a click on stuff, its just an invisible arrow. cause the arrow is stuck in one spot. Its fine for a while after I restart, then it gets stuck again. I can play a fps game for as long as I like, cause it doesnt involve a curser. but any program that does gets stuck after so long.
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Im bumping this post up, cause I would really like some answers. Its starting to bug me. It took me 10 minutes to be able to get on the internet and write this cause I had to use the keyboard the whole way. Ive tried 2 diferent ps/2 mouses and a usb mouse. They all work for the first few mintues when you start the computer. then the curser gets stuck. Ive updated drivers and still know luck. please help.
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You aren't supplying much info about your setup, which is probably why you aren't getting any help.

Connect a ps/2 mouse, go into Safe Mode and device manager and uninstall all the mice, including any you find in human interface devices. Restart, then it should at least detect the ps/2 mouse. If the mouse doesn't work in Safe Mode, you may need to change some BIOS settings. USB mice and keyboards tend to be a little flakey anyway, especially if you move the connections around.
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