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The mouse arrow sticks sometimes and requires a complete shutdown on order to restart. Can you help?.I have tried different mice Thank you

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fixexe.com temprorarily removed the drag on my mouse.
http://www.mdgx.com/newtip17.htm#TIEF
i kept having a drag on my mouse and the following problems. perhaps these note will help.
MOUSE DISAPPEARS

IF YOU ARE IN THE PROGRAM INVESTOGRAPH PLUS AND YOU ACCIDENTLY HIT THEMOUSE ZOOM KEY WHILE YOU HAVE THE SOLID CROSS HAIRS ON, THE MOUSEDISAPPEARS.

OR

YOU HAVE THE CROSS HAIRS ON AND YOU ACCIDENTLY HIT THE WINDOW KEY ON THE KEYBOARD, THE MOUSE DISAPPEARS.

TO GET THE CURSOR BACK
RIGHT CLICK ON THE CHART
PRESS CTRL+ALT+DEL

HIT
START
RUN
X TO CLOSE THE RUN BOX

AND THE MOUSE CURSOR REAPPEARS.


YOU CAN ALSO RUN
NORTON WIN DOCTOR
CHECK: LET ME CHOOSE WHICH TESTS TO RUN
CHECK: REGISTRY DOCTOR;REGISTRY INTEGRITY
RUN THE PROGRAM AND IT'S FIXED

YOU CAN ALSO DO A BEGIN CHECK UP AND THAT WILL FIX IT.

YOU CAN RESTART YOUR COMPUTER AND THAT WILL FIX IT.

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