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The mouse of my T60 freeze right after boot. I suspect that it was some kind of virus. I tried to "restore to factory default" os. However, the mouse is always freeze just before I select "restore system" in the restore process. I tried to boot in safe mode, but the mouse freeze just before I can login. I would like to restore the system to the factory default. Is there a way to do it without using mouse? How can I tell that this is a hardware problem or virus attack?

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Have you tried using the keys on the keyboard? The arrow keys and such, ALT+TAB switches between open applications, TAB changes your position, it takes practice to use the computer without a mouse but its pretty simple once you get it.

If your computer stops responding completely, then its not a mouse problem, you most likely have a hardware problem.

Have you tried a external mouse?

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