My Mouse wont click.

Hello, my mouse wont click, but it still seems to move. This also applies with the Trac-Pad.
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  1. I will provide any information needed. I didn't add any here because i have no clue what you guys will need to help solve this problem.
  2. Do you mean that the pointer moves on the screen, but that you can't click on/select things?

    You may just need to re-install your mouse/touchpad drivers. Go into the Device Manager (in Control Panel). Go to Mice and then right click, select uninstall. Do for both your mouse and your trackpad. When complete, shutdown. Disconnect your mouse and restart. Once the system is fully restarted, reconnect your mouse and let Windows re-install the drivers.
  3. Yes that s correct. I can temporary fix the problem by Ctrl-Alt-Del and selecting "Task Manager" it then lets me click. This only works for short periods of time.
  4. You may just need to re-install your mouse/touchpad drivers. Go into the Device Manager (in Control Panel). Go to Mice and then right click, select uninstall. Do for both your mouse and your trackpad. When complete, shutdown. Disconnect your mouse and restart. Once the system is fully restarted, reconnect your mouse and let Windows re-install the drivers.

    You caught me editing my first post....
  5. Ok, I will try that right now. Also, Thanks for the fast reply.
  6. Well before i do that. I went to the destination you told me and when i get there. There is my mouse with a Yellow Triangle with a ! in it. This also shows my Laptop with the same Symbol.
  7. That means that there is a problem starting those devices. Probably can be fixed by the procedure I sent you earlier.
  8. The steps you have stated above did not solve the problem.
  9. It sounds like explorer has crashed. It's not your mouse.

    Open the task manager-->end the explorer service-->go to file-->new task-->type explorer.exe-->run.
  10. aford10 said:
    It sounds like explorer has crashed. It's not your mouse.

    Open the task manager-->end the explorer service-->go to file-->new task-->type explorer.exe-->run.

    Did this work?

    Since Windows is have trouble initializing your pointing devices (as indicated in your Device Manager), seems to me that something else may be going on. Do you know when this problem started happening? Did you change anything just before these issues popped up?

    Also, is Windows fully up to date (Windows Update)? What make and model of laptop/notebook are you using?
  11. That only solved the problem as going to Task Manager did for a limited time.
    Manufacturer:
    Hewlett-Packard
    Processor:
    Pentium(R) Dual-Core CPU T4300 @ 2.10GHz (2 CPUs), ~2.1GHz
    Memory:
    4096MB RAM
    Hard Drive:
    232 GB
    Video Card:
    Mobile Intel(R) 4 Series Express Chipset Family
    Monitor:
    Sound Card:
    Speakers and Dual Headphones (IDT High Definition Audio CODEC)
    Speakers/Headphones:
    Keyboard:
    USB Root Hub
    Mouse:
    USB Root Hub
    Mouse Surface:
    Operating System:
    Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit (6.1, Build 7600) (7600.win7_rtm.090713-1255)
  12. It sounds like you have some corruption in your install. Try performing a windows repair.

    You may also want to check the event viewer, to see if it's logging some errors. It may give you the source of what is crashing, causing it to stop responding.
  13. i got the same problem, and [alt][ctrl][del] works for some time.. i got the problem on 2 laptops, 1 acer 1 msi. i think the problem started when i added ssd's to the computers.

    culd the ssd'd be the problem?
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