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You are not sharing your computer with anybody remotely, right? That could be a mouse problem when it get dirty or the connection isn't working well and it sends wrong click and coordination to the computer. You can try to clean it or replace the mouse or try mouse in another ports such as USB, PS2, wireless mice. A virus or computer security check might be an option too. Hope that helps.
Posted on Jul 09, 2010
You're joking right?
If not, someone has hacked into your computer and can see and access everything. They are using a program like PCAnywhere, or similiar to control your computer from an outside location. These programs can be masked and/or hidden from view. You need a computer repair shop to assist in locating and removing this program. Then you will need them or you to SECURE your network, modem, and/or computer. A firewall will help greatly.
Posted on Jul 09, 2010
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Click the Windows "Start" button or press the "Windows" key. The "Start" menu opens.
Type "Cursor blink" in the "Search programs and file" text box.
A list opens.
Click "Change Cursor Blink Rate." The "Keyboard Properties" window opens.
Click the "Speed" tab. A list of options appears.
The "Cursor Blink Rate" section shows a "Cursor Blink Rate" slider displaying a range from "None" to "Fast."
Click and drag the slider button to the "None" area in the far left portion of the "Cursor Blink Rate" scale.
Click "OK." The cursor stops flickering on the screen.
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Inorder to find the ipaddress of your computer follow these steps,
1. Click on start? Go to All programs? Accessories?Command Prompt
2. You will find a black screen which is the Command prompt
3. In the command prompt you will find a blinking cursor , there you type in "ipconfig/all" (without cotes)and hit enter.
4. You will find ipaddress, subnet mask, default gateway , mac address/physical address and all other information of your comp.
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