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When started the computer, it is working fine for some time. After some time, my mouse light went off and pointer in display screen is hanged. Then, computer is standstill without functioning. How to solve my computer problem?

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Is it only the mouse that is not working? Is the computer answering the keyboard? If so, simply change the batteries in your mouse.

If the keyboard is not working, you will need to restart your system. To do so, hold down the power button (the one you use to turn on the computer) for about 5 seconds, until the computer shuts down. Then, wait a couple of seconds and turn it back on.

If this doesn't work, we will need more information.

  1. What were you doing when this happened?
  2. What Operating System do you have?
  3. What is your mouse model?
  4. What is your computer model?

Posted on Apr 07, 2011

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Check power supply or memory,first try to replace the PSU or memory with a good one.check connections.

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