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Very vague, do not know if you see your desktop or anything but try to boot in safe mode with networking by restarting your computer and press f8 repeatedly before the windows startup logo, and see if you have your cursor. download avira antivirus and malwarebytes and delete any other antivirus spyware program you may have.
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