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If the mouse cursor is stuck, try looking for the mousepad toggle. Most models of notbooks have one or two ways to toggle the mousepad off. They are generally either a button right above the mousepad or a function key.
Look for a button that has two icons that appear to be mousepads, one with a line through it. If you press it (You might have to hold the Fn key located in the lower left corner if it is a function key), it should toggle the mouse back on if it was disabled in this manner.
If this doesn't fix the issue, try pressing the windows key to see if it pulls up the start menu. If so, try navigating to restart to see if that fixes the problem.
Lastly you can also try navigating to the device manager to see if the mouse drivers are missing etc. To do that press the windows key, navigate over to computer and press the alternate menu (directly left of the right Ctrl key) and choose properties. Use the tab key to navigate to the hardware / device manager tab. Once there look for the mouse driver.
If that doesn't help please post your laptop model, version of windows and any other relevant information you can think of.
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Posted on Mar 21, 2011
1.If you are using the touch pad try to check maybe the touchpad is lock or not.
2.Locate the FN key located left of your spacebar be sure to monitor your screen as you do this. You will see on the top of your screen an outline of your F1-F9 at the top of your screen. Unlock your cursor by pressing the FN until you see the outline of all the FN keys and press the F9 key then press the button until it highlights the one with computer looking icon that will state the words enable under it (without a circle bar on top of it). Be extra careful not to highlight the other icon with the circle bar that will state disable.
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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