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Mouse Problems Hi All, I have a Toshiba Lap Top and my husband was using it today fine, then when I went on to use it the mouse (built in mouse) is just stuck, it will not move or click.....any ideas? Cheers Emma

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  • jordan04 Feb 07, 2008


    Yeah I have restarted a few times, and still nothing. It is like the computer thinks it has an external mouse and has canceled out the built in mouse pad, but I have not used any other mouse.

    do you know how I can activate it again?

  • jordan04 Feb 08, 2008


    will give it a go and let you know.


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Did you restart the laptop?

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  • Chris Liang Feb 08, 2008

    Now that you mention it, this happened to my dell one time. You could try downloading the built in mouse driver again. Just go under control panel under the mouse heading. Click Hardware, Properties, and Driver. Once you find that, try update driver. If that did not work, find the driver under the manufacturer's website.


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Remember microsoft operating systems are like a piece of space junk falling to earth, The closer they get to us the more falls of it untill its that unstable it just dissapears. Its intentionally built this way to create problems and get mroe people to update and buy newer systems and hardware :(

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Other wise if all else fails it could be a phisical hardware problem as in the touchpad has died. Usually te easiest solution is to do what youve allready done and just use a usb mouse unfortunetly.
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