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reinstall the mouse its your virtual scrolling getting auto disabled dunno why but some sites disable it ???? for me its utube i have to reinstall like once a week lol so reinstall then restart and voila
I believe this would be caused by a couple of things. The first, and most likely is probobly that it needs a driver update. If this is not the case, go to computer properties(Right click 'My Computer', then hardware (if xp) then device manager. Go to pointing devices and uninstall the mouse driver.
Yes, you will be unable to control ur laptop. Simply turn off and then the computer will recognise the maouse/mousepad and install the driver.
The second problem could be to do with a nasty little bug out there thats causes both your curser and/or keyboard to act erraticly.
With the power out I would try taking the keyboard out and reseating the keyboard into its slot.
Turn on the laptop and press F2 to see if you can go into the BIOS. If you can then you know your keyboard is working. If you can't get into the BIOS then you know the keyboard is defective and will have to be replaced.
If you can get into the BIOS also make sure to get out and let the laptop reboot, if you cant do the ctrl alt del to get to the login screen then you know its a Operating system problem cause it works for the BIOS but not for the OS.
Hope this helps cause now you know how to tell if its either software or hardware related.
if you take a hard look at your laptop you'll probably find a key that to disable keyboard that with fn will do it
what type of laptop and model
also check in control panel mouse then device settings see if you disabled in there
i had the same problem. apart from keyboard and mousepad, all usb weren't working at all... except the pcmcia slot. so i bought a pcmcia usb card and plugged in the usb mouse and keyboard in those slots. it works! at least on my aspire 5100