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I'm not really sure what happened to the cursor since you said that you just install AVG. It has nothing to do with the mouse unless you accidentally press something. What I can suggest is to do a System Restore. Please follow the steps below.
1. Click on Start
2. Click All Programs
3. Click Accesories
4. Click System Tools
5. Click on System Restore
6. Then click on a date when you think that the mouse is working.
Note: Once you do a System Restore, AVG and other softwares that you install from the date the you choose will be lost.
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The blue screen (known as the blue screen of death or BSOD) is usually caused by hardware failure. If you have the warranty available, you can contact Durabook and they will be able to assist you with that problem.
Initially, I am tempted to think that the CMOS/BIOS could not detect the internal hard disk and therefore is booting from the LAN. Pls reboot and enter CMOS/BIOS setup. Thereafter determine if the computer could detect the hard disk either auto or manually.
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