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Which mouse are you using? Is it the integrated mouse or the USB mouse?
If you are using the USB mouse, then try checking if it's plugged in correctly.
If it's your integrated mouse, then restart the computer and when it's up. Try moving your mouse. Restarting it usually does the trick.
If restarting it won't fix the problem, then restart and boot to safe mode. While restarting, tap F8 until you see the options to boot to safe mode. Highlight safe mode by using the arrow keys and hit enter. When you are in safe mode, try moving your mouse. Works or not - update the mouse driver. You can use RadarSync. If no go, then you might need to do a system restore. If worse comes worst, do a complete operating system reinstallation.
Are you using the trackpad to manipulate the cursor, or are you using an external mouse?
If you're using the trackpad, it may be as simple as using the Fn keys and the corresponding F keys at the top of the keyboard to enable the trackpad feature again. If that doesn't work, try plugging in an external mouse via USB port to see if that works. If you're using an external mouse, then try to see if the cursor moves while using the trackpad.
Hopefully one of these options will give you control back over your cursor again.
i think there may be two reason.1/some setting may be worang-go on conttrol panel and chose printer and other hardwere. inside click mouse and look setting.2/ your touchpad driver may not be working properly. stall it next.
Before you plan to return make sure you have done some or all of this things first:
1. Did you reboot after you installed the Enterprise 2007 ? 2. Did you make sure that if its a USB mouse that it is securely connected to the USB port ? 3. Were you able to move your mouse without any problem at all before the software installation ? 4. Have you had this problem before the installation of Enterprise 2007 ? 5. Have you done all your software and windows updates ? 6. Will the mouse work when booting into Safe Mode ( pressing F8 during re-boot before Windows Vista loads) If it does then your softwares need to be updated. 7. Did you check you device manager to see that theres no yellow exclamation anywhere in the Mice and othert pointing devices or under the USB controller section? 8. Is there a legacy USB port to be activated on your computer BIOS ?
If the installation caused your mouse to be frozen then try and uninstall the Enterprise 2007 by using your keyboard and tab to the programs uninstall.
If your mouse still doesn't move after doing all of the above things then try another new USB mouse. Sometimes you may have to wait for several seconds (even up to a minute for new usb mouse detection) before the USB mouse cursor will move. If the second new USB mouse still wont work then return it to where you bought it as it could be faulty usb connector
Here are some easy things that can sometimes resolve this problem: 1) Sometimes there can be a static buildup on the mother board. Power off, remove the battery, remove the power cord and hold the power button in the on position for at least 30 seconds. 2) If that didn't work- Power down, remove the battery, remove the Hard Drive and memory modules and reinsert them. Try to power back up If these things don't work, get back to me for some more ideas. Ron
hmm quite interesting has your laptop suffered some damage i recomend you try to disassemble your laptop and check the connector for the touchpad. dont know how try this site:http://repair4laptop.org/disassembly_acer.html