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open up the case and look at the mb, look for cmos reset, you need to turn off the computer use the jumper to short out the board, when the jumper is in place turn the computer on let the system boot up than shut the system down remove the jumper, restart the computer.
if that fails you could try removing the back up battery on the board.
maybe try removing the battery on the motherboard first before resetting the cmos.
Sounds like it is trying to treat the mouse as a boot device. Check the bois under boot devices and try to disable booting from USB. If this works, and you need to boot from a USB device at times, go back into the bios and re-enable boot from USB. Then change your boot order.
Hope this helps
If there is an update for your bios I would suggest applying it after you get the system working properly again. It won't hurt to reset the cmos either, also be sure the smaller Ram is in slot A, some motherboards need it this way. Also are your RAM matched, I>E> both high/low density. Running with minimum RAM will rule out some of these questions so disregard any impertanant suggestions, and let us know how you come along.