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Re: My Windows 10 touchscreen computer is frozen
I would try turning it off for 5 minutes and turn it back on to see if it will work again. If it still is not working there could something wrong with your computer and your touch screen that will need to be repaired from someone that fixes computers.
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If you were using a physical mouse (instead of a track pad), then try a different mouse.If you were using the track pad, get a USB mouse and plug it in. If it works, then continue to use the USB mouse.
If no type of mouse will work at all, it is a software issue. If rebooting doesn't fix the issue, you may have to reinstall windows.
If you are using a mouse with a driver that was installed using a disk, try uninstalling that driver from the add/remove programs window (programs and features wind on vista and later).
Try deleting the mouse's drivers in your computer and let it re-detect them.
Right-Clickie MyComputer and drop down to the last option of Properties.
The 2nd Tab should be HardWare. On that page, click Device Manager. Scroll down the list to find the Mouse Driver, or MICE.
Expand the list. Highlight the Mouse and right-clickie it. Select UNINSTALL.
Reboot your computer.
When it all comes back up - if you mouse is still being dorky - then it is either your USB driver [same as above, only delete the USB Root Hubs (all of them) and let that re-detect upon reboot] -
You mouse is dead. Try a friend's mouse.
If the friend's mouse works - Buy a new one. They are $10 at WalMart.
You can do this in any order ... Try a friend's mouse, delete USB hubs & reboot, delete mouse drivers & reboot.
One of the three is your problem. :)
(There is a very small chance that your USB hub has actually suffered a HARDWARE failure.)
My laptop has the mouse pad built in and it froze up..I cant do a thing .I have tried to shut down and if you dont have a mouse working you cant even go to task manager etc..Now what? It is new I have only had it a month...
It has the latest mouse driver (logitech setpoint 4.0). Before installing Ubuntu the setup worked w/ SUSE/XP using GRUB dual boot. After installing Ubuntu XP does not see the usb mouse. Even Logitech setpoint does not have the mouse setup/configuration option. It appears that at boot it does not recognize the mouse or disables it. The BIOS has the usb keyboard and mouse enabled. Currently, I have two mices one for xp and either mouse will work under Ubuntu.