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Go to safe mode and uninstall the drivers and restart the system and that should be it

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I would say it is in the Hibernation Mode To get it out of this mode you need to go to your Control Panel, open "POWER OPTION'S" and deselect the Hibernation mode then reboot.

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How to widen my screen


    • 1 Use the zoom in and out shortcut with your mouse. Many programs such as Internet Explorer, Firefox and Microsoft Word allow users to zoom in and out quickly using their mouse and keyboard. Hold down the "Control" ("Ctrl") key, and then move the mouse wheel forward to zoom in or backward to zoom out until the text fits your screen to your liking.
    • 2 Use the zoom command from your program's menus. If you don't have a mouse with a wheel or the mouse zoom shortcut does not work, try locating a "zoom" command in the "View" menu of your program. Many programs have an option to zoom in and out under the "View" menu, which will make text larger or smaller. You may have to select "Zoom in" or "Zoom out" several times before the text is the right size.
    • 3 Change your screen resolution. Altering your screen resolution can change the size of windows and text on your screen. Right click the desktop, select "Properties" (Windows XP) or "Personalize" (Windows Vista and 7), click the "Settings" tab (XP), or the "Display Settings" link (Vista) or click "Display" and then "Adjust Screen Resolution" (7). Adjust the resolution slider up or down, click "Apply" and then click "OK."

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I think this mode have a wireless connection for the mouse and keyboard..and remember that all wireless devices works on batteries..so check to see if they still work ..or change them ..After that take a look at the receiver ..it should have a button on it and once pressed it should blink and look for devices..bring the keyboard and mouse near the receiver for to be found ..and this way pair them ..After finish ..it will work ..

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Always my mouse is getting hanged if i didnt do for 5 minutes


if your using a wireless mouse , its possible the mouse goes into a sleep mode to conserve on battery use.

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PC to Wireless mouse and keyboard connectivity issue


Hi!

Try checking your power management feature, there should be a tab there that enable/disables wireless capability to during power save mode...

Hope it helps!

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When I restart the computer, the keyboard and mouse do not work. The mouse won't move the cursor and hit cntl alt del on keybourd and nothing happens. I have tries three mouses (one wireless) and two...


Use wired mouse and keyboard (not wireless) and change the USB port you are using to another one.

Connect them directly to the computer, do not use USB hubs.

If no joy reboot in safe mode: turn on your computer and immediately press F8 repeatedly until you get the Advanced Boot screen. Select "SAFE MODE" and press ENTER. After that, restart in normal mode.

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Frozen cursor


do you have a wired or wireless mouse?
Have you tried attaching a different mouse to your computer?
What is the brand name of your mouse?

Try booting your computer in Safe Mode. To do this, after turning on the computer, press F8 button several times. You will see a screen that will ask you to boot normally, boot in Safe Mode or boot in Safe Mode with Network Connections. Select Safe Mode.

See if your mouse works then.

Check back with me for further help, if needed. There are additional things you could try.

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Power save mode


You have to have a wired mouse mouse to fix it. Purchase a cheap one, or borrow a friends. Reboot the computer and go to the power options to make the changes.

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