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Take the router off and see if it unfreezes. I doubt that your router has anything to do with your mouse freezing. I would say you might have a virus or infection so run a scan. Also you mouse might be going bad.
Try booting up in Safe Mode and see if your mouse freezes. If it does not, surely a virus or infection is attaching your mouse.
Make sure you are not pulling the mouse out of the computer if the end that goes into the computer's green port is round. The round mouse (PS2/Serial) cannot be pulled from the computer and expected to work unless you reboot.
The Flat USB mouse (the end that plugs into the computer is flat) is a plug and play mouse and can be pulled and reinserted into the computer without rebooting.
Make sure the connecting vga cable that goes from the computer to the monitor is secure and tight on both ends.
Remove the VGA Cable end that goes into the computer and look inside of it to see if any of the connecting pins or prongs are bent. It will look like some are missing but this is normal. Make sure none of them are bent and not going into the computer to make the connection correctly.
If after trying the two things above and you still have a problem I would suspect your Video Card in the computer is bad. Try connecting another monitor to the computer, if it does the same thing and give you a No Signal Message, your video card needs to be replaced. If you try another monitor and it works, then the problem is your monitor, so replace it.
It's because the video isn't downloading fast enough. When a video starts playing just hit the pause button ( || ) and do something else for 2 or 3 minutes or so. When you come back, you will see that the red line has advanced most if not all the way to the right. Then hit the play button ( > ) and your video will play without stuttering or freezing.
unhook everything that is hooked to it ! Except the keyboard mouse and Display. now try it ! If that doesn't work try to start in safe mode then do a system Restore to an earlier date. there could be a number of things to cause this even a mouse, So one at a time try to remove all that you can and then go from there and one at a time hook all back up until you find it. if not there have to start inside the machine, Doing the same thing/ video,sound,cd roms/floppy/etc.hope you find it in the first round.
Have you tried another monitor with the computer to make sure you have signal coming out? If you have missing or corrupt video drivers in the computer or have memory seated on the motherboard incorrectly it will cause the same symptoms. If you have checked all these before now, disregard this.
I know that monitors do go out, but rarely. 90% of the time , it's not getting a signal from the computer due to a freeze from hardware or computer driver issue.