Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion I have tried all of the available USB ports on my computer, and it made no difference, i am also using a USB keyboard and that has been working this whole This is accomplished by pressing the F8 key during the power-up cycle. i've had the mouse since i got my computer, which was like a year ago, and there's never been a problem with it until now.
What's weird is that this happened on two different mice, and neither me or my friend can see anything that would cause this to happen, the mouse cord is not under Damaged drivers, drivers that are not updated, disabling of the driver on the system can also be the issues that cause the mouse to freeze on Windows XP. kw1997May 25, 2013, 5:49 PM HDD could be the problem because I cant acess one partion on my drive. FOLLOW US Twitter Facebook Google+ RSS Feed Disclaimer: Most of the pages on the internet include affiliate links, including some on this site.
Sorry for my first post on these forum being a cry for help, but I'm running out of Thread Tools Search this Thread 12-20-2010, 11:26 AM #1 Keykon Registered http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-hardware/mouse-pointer-freezes/02b8aa23-4d71-42a4-9699-39a2ec6073a8 A mouse that is connected improperly to the computer, or is damaged, it will also result in freezing on Windows XP. What possibly could have happened? In 'Computer Management', expand 'System Tools' at the left side of the window.
Last thing i tried was a registry cleaner(CCleaner), i've heard they can quite easily damage your computer but i was beginning to get desperate. news If you resolve this problem on your own or with the info I provided please let me know so I can move on to other issues. I'll see if I can figure out how to remove it. Look in the device manager for me and tell me if there are any !
have you recently changed anything, downloaded anything ? All Rights Reserved. I started looking at motherboards and a new ASUS M4A78L (AMD) or similar socket 775 board with 1GB video built in and HDMI is not much more than a used socket have a peek at these guys Could I have somehow hit a key or something that disabled my mouse?
Have you tried the USB mouse in a different USB port, eg a port at the back of the case?Mark Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - (NT) Did you I have to wait hour or so and then it boots fine . A loosely-fit mouse to the computer causes it to freeze.
FYI: From what i heard from guys selling used Intel CPU, it is rarely the CPU, so looks like the motherboard or a odd software problem.
signs near any of the USB stuff. If so, completely uninstall everything; drivers and software. Pl Acer aspire cursor frozen Frozen cursor external mouse 2011 Frozen mouse cursor, but working invisible mouse in games. check my blog The experienced and skilled technicians of iYogi are on call 24x7 to provide you support for resolving any tech issue that you are struggling with.
Big thanks to all of you for being so keen on helping me out, i hope you don't feel as if i wasted your time by having you looking for software Then I booted up and cursor still frozen with USB mouse, so I tried plugging in a PS2 mouse and that didn't work. No messages, no nothing just a blue screen. I have scanned the computer for malware with both Nod32 and Avast!, none of which found the computer to be infected.
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I checked the device manager and there are no ! Not sure about the exact phrasing here, but basically the part of the mouse where the cord goes into the mouse is glitchy/broken. I have a whole drawer full of spare batteries, and I'm sure some of them are used and discharged.Anyway, glad it's working for you again.Mark Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) I tried using the default bios settings and that helped a lot, even clearing up the Windows system error, but still have the cursor freeze about 10-30 minutes after boot up.
Still curious about find key, though? You should perform a system scan to get rid of infections from the system. I suppose it happens, but it's highly unusual. We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below.
Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. Ask ! You have to get Windows XP running in a minimum configuration mode called “Safe Mode”. Update: I bought the book "Computer Repair with Diagnostic Flowcharts" and think I have it narrowed down to the CPU/motherboard or some driver/software conflict as the most likely problems.
I will try the more thorough way that you described and see how it works out. But now my cursor freezes or disappears after as little as ten minutes, and I have to reboot computer to get it back.
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