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Here's a few troubleshooting steps. If it's a USB mouse, unplug it and plug it back in. If serial, reboot the PC. You can also unplug the USB mouse and try a different port. Try plugging in a different mouse as well.
Finally, hit CTL+ALT+DEL and check your applications tab to see if any program is not responding. Check Processes to see if anything is eating up your CPU. Do this by clicking on CPU once, then again. The most processor intense programs will be at top. If so, you may choose End Process at the bottom.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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