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Mouse Cursor Frozen

I Did most recent Microsoft update and Security Update and now the mouse cursor is now frozen on my Emachine with an AMD3100+.

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  • ryebo Jun 14, 2008

    Thanks for the tip. Unfortunately, I had already tried this and the frozen mouse cursor is still in the middle of the screen and non responsive. Any other suggestions would be helpful.

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Try putting the computer into safe mode by shutting down the computer. Turn the computer back on. At beginning of the boot process press and hold the f8 button and select safe mode from the menu.

When the safe mode is done booting up, try moving the mouse around. If it works, restart the the computer under normal Windows startup procedures.

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