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hey please elaborate on what exactly has happened.. if by mouse pointer jammed u mean touchpad not working then first check if it has been accidentally disabled, in acer laptops press fn and then a key in blue colour which looks like a mouse pad in the f1-f12 series. else, try attaching an usb mouse to check if the pointer is moving or if there is a problem wid your touchpad. if not, it could be because of a virus which has changed ur registry files, in such a case the problem gets a little more complicated where in ull have to restore file,etc etc for further keep free to mail me @ firstname.lastname@example.org Cheers Kushal
Go to acer website and download that model manual, make sure you have ADOBE READER on this machine..If your pointer is not working then you need to download the touchpad driver or if you are using a mouse then it may be a bad one.
the rebooting could well be a driver error, and you pc is set to reboot instead of stopping and showing the code numbers on a blue screen togive any clues, but it sounds as if it could be the touchpad driver.
Go to my computer icon, right click>properties>hardware tab>device manager and look down the list for mice and other pointing devices and click the '+' sign and it will probably read synaptics touchpad, right click on it and select uninstal.
Restart your notebook and the touchpad will be installed automatically and should, if the driver is not corrupt perform as normal.