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Acer Aspire 5532 laptop internal mouse is locked how do I unlock it? Cursor won't move!

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SOURCE: unlock cursor/mouse

Press and hold Fn+F9 5 3sec...should do the trick

Posted on Apr 16, 2009

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SOURCE: how do you fix a frozen mouse for a acer aspire 5315-2077 laptop?

Fn F7 probably got pressed (turns on and off the trackpad. probably the dumbest thing to have a hotkey for)

Posted on Apr 23, 2009

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SOURCE: jumping cursor whilst typing on an acer aspire 5315

Is the touchpad active?
It is common that users accidently touches the touchpad while writing and this causes the cursor to "jump"...
Another possibility is that the "TAB" key is jammed...

Posted on May 05, 2009

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SOURCE: Acer Aspire 5532

look there is a problem with the touchbad diver and this is common but the keyboard must work it s nothing with the keyboard so please check if all the key board works under another operating system and then if it wrks try to reinstall windows 7 again and it must work conntact me if you still have a keyboard problem you must try to plug a usp keyboard and see if it work so you have a problem with your board again if it worked you have a problem with your keyboard if it didn't work then try install windows 7 agin

Posted on Nov 03, 2009

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SOURCE: Possible to install Windows XP on an Acer 5532?

Yes you could but Acer won't support it. You either have Vista or 7 in it. If Vista, update to 7 and be done with it.
If you want XP, first copy a full image of your present OS on a external drive using a program like Acronis True Image Home. Then reformat your hard drive when doing an XP install. Do you have a full version XP install disk?

Posted on Dec 19, 2009

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On your desktop press the following key conbination: Fn + F7 if not, there must be a problem with your mouse pad. It might also be that your OS takes time to load or freeze and it make it look that the mouse is not working. You can also try and external mouse.

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This model has a touchpad lock. May you inadvertedly locked the touchpad.

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