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Click on any program on desk top ie outlook,firefox and no response and mouse quit working and cannot get response from start button,have to power down with on off button

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It is possible you have a malicious software on your system.

If you have a security or virus program, see if you can get into that to run it. (use safe mode by pressing F8 right after POST) Select SafeMode and then run antivirus program.

Go into device manager and check that the items were not disabled, if they were re-enable them.

Then shut down your pc normally. Then reboot.
Good luck.

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