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I have a dell XPS M1210 it is about 3 years old. It has Vista. I downloaded the latest Vista updates today and now my mouse pad is stuck. The arrow is in the middle of the screen pointing slightly to the left. I have tried shutting down four times with no change. The message on the screen says "An ActiveX control on this page might be unsafe to interact with other parts of the page. Do you want to allow this interaction?" I can't click no because the mouse won't move. I also tried Control/alt/deleat to get to the task manager. Once again I can't do anything because the mouse won't move.

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You can use the Tab key,the Alt key,and the control key to navigate.(use one key at at time,Not a combination of keys)Then go to add remove programs and remove the touch pad software.then restart

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Try shutting it off, remove the power cord AND the battery...let it set for about 5 minutes, put the battery in, turn it on ...see if that clears the issue.

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