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Are you trying to move the cursor with the trackpoint, a usb mouse, or the pen? Have you tried restarting your computer? Restarting would likely solve the problem. If you can't move the cursor to the start menu, you can open the start menu with the windows key, use the arrow keys to navigate to the power options. Use enter to select the power options and shut down or restart the computer. If this does not work, press and hold the power button for 5 or 10 seconds to force the computer to shut down.
What happened before this occurred? Did you install any programs or updates recently, or change any settings on your computer?
I want you to attach an external mouse and see if you can get the cursor to move. If it does, you have a defective driver. Microsoft can diagnose and fix that problem in three easy clicks.CLICK HERE for the diagnostic and fix.
How do I restore my Intus2 grip Pen on my Wacom tablet when it stops working due to various reasons; hitting the edge of the tablet area, drawing errors, etc.? I keep having to restart program and computer to restore it. Kinda a pain when it happens continuously. I am working in CS4 on Mac OS W vrsn 10.5.6. I am having this problem working in CS4 Illustrator probably would happen in Photoshop as well. Any solutions for resetting pen without having to restart each time??