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It is possible that you accidentally hit the click-lock button, usually located below the little screen where you move the mouse by fingers. Try to hit that area again, and release the mouse cursor to roam the screen again.
Posted on Nov 05, 2010
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If the cursor is stuck/frozen when we use the touchpad it can be solved by the following method.
Switch off the laptop, disconnect it from power, remove the battery and keep pressing the Power switch for 30 seconds.
Then reconnect battery and the external power in that order and power on the laptop. the cursor will be moving again.
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