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either your mouse pad is broken or someone or some program has shut off the driver for your touch pad. I would reinstall the drivers and reboot. if that doesnt fix the issue, I would then look into replacing the pad.
check for mouse settings under the control panel or possible the start menu. Also look towards the bottom right next to the clock for a mouse pad icon your settings may be there. You might need to enable the touchpad.Sometimes it can get disabled causing no response.
I'm assuming you have run the Operating System ie Full XP disc. Really depends what you mean by 'won't start up properly'. Sounds like it could be your operating system has not installed correctly. You need to try formatting and reinstalling it - sometimes when the operating system is installed it drops a file or two.
I hope i can help resolve your problem for you.
this may be a problem relating to your system device driver files.
go to My Computer/Control Panel/System/Hardware/Device Manager. at the bottom of the page you will see USB.
If you have any yellow symbols ( exclamation Marks ) then the driver has been corrupted, or installed incorrectly.
if you have a system restore disk. this may solve the problem for you. or recovery cd.
If you require further assistance, please ask.