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Cursor lockup Owned for about 2 years. For the last 4 months, the curser will randomly lock up in the upper right hand of the screen, and I will loose all control of the curser. After waiting for about 20 seconds, the curser will unlock, and I can control it in a normally as designed. It seems like an unknown, hidden program takes it over for that brief period of time. Occasionally, I have to reboot the computer to regain control of the curser. I am connected at all times to the internet via Verizon DSL.

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Re: Cursor lockup

Updates the mouse drivers once and check out ...

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