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Curser frozen on the desktop after booting up the computer

I cannot move the curser once the computer has booted up to produce the desktop on the screen.

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Check if it is working in the recovery manager or not. if not, then its a hardware fault. if yes then do a hard reset and check if it works, and also try to do a bios default.
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