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Frozen mouse My computer froze, so I clicked: control, alt delete. It asked if I wanted to lock it, by accident I pressed yes and now it's locked and I cannot get the mouse to move. On the right hand lower corner is a red button...but I am unable to navigate anywhere...HELP>

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Hiiiiiii ther
how r u ??
u need to use use the mose keybored
and to do so
go to the control panle
than accessibillity option than go to the mousetab
than click on use mouse key
than u can use ur num arrows as a mouse
and than unlock it

if u need any further assistance email me
aymanlovemai@yahoo.com
u take care and have fun
salammmmmm {bye in arabic }
p.s rate me thanks

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