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If you can still use a USB mouse then it is not frozen, all Acer units have the ability to turn off the touchpad (like most manufacters now).
Press Fn + F10 to enable/disable the touchpad, if this does not work then there may be a hardware problem.
go to control panel, mouse &pointing devices check advavced settings if all are ok go to system, hardware, device manager,mice & other pointing devices check that there no conflicts click on troubleshoot if you still have a problem buy a corded or cordless mouse that will connect to usb
Support Solutions from Acer: Product Notebook Acer Aspire 5520 G Issue Mouse / Touchpad not working Solution
If the mouse/touchpad is not working, ensure that it is turned on. Press and hold the blue "Fn" key located in the lower left hand corner of the keyboard. and tap the "F7" key one time. Fn-F7 A message should flash across the bottom center of the screen stating "touchpad enabled".
If this does not address the issue, the notebook may need service.
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