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Why the mouses cursor freeze in the lap top pc?

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October 26, 2011 5:07:08 PM

I bought a Dell lap-top PC a few years ago,after I used it for about half a

year,the mouse's cursor start to freeze , I can't even move the cursor by

mouse.I had to turn off the PC by holding the power button for at least

five seconds. Then I used the Safe Mode, I checked the PC by Norton 360,

there is no virus, and I checked the PC's hard disk drives, there is no

errors,and I checked the mouse's properties plus Dell touchpad properties,

they are OK. But after I restarted the PC, it goes to normal mode

automatically.Most of the times, the mouse's cursor still freeze completely

while the PC is turning on. One more thing is If I shut down the PC, and I

don't use for a long time ( maybe a couple of days ). Then I turn on the PC,

the mouse's cursor become normal. But after I use the PC for a few hours

or one day, the mouse's cursor freeze completely again. Can you help me

to solve this problem. My PC is Dell lap-top Inspiron 1721.


Sincerely, Lawrence
October 26, 2011 9:43:34 PM

larryoyo1 said:
I bought a Dell lap-top PC a few years ago,after I used it for about half a

year,the mouse's cursor start to freeze , I can't even move the cursor by

mouse.I had to turn off the PC by holding the power button for at least

five seconds. Then I used the Safe Mode, I checked the PC by Norton 360,

there is no virus, and I checked the PC's hard disk drives, there is no

errors,and I checked the mouse's properties plus Dell touchpad properties,

they are OK. But after I restarted the PC, it goes to normal mode

automatically.Most of the times, the mouse's cursor still freeze completely

while the PC is turning on. One more thing is If I shut down the PC, and I

don't use for a long time ( maybe a couple of days ). Then I turn on the PC,

the mouse's cursor become normal. But after I use the PC for a few hours

or one day, the mouse's cursor freeze completely again. Can you help me

to solve this problem. My PC is Dell lap-top Inspiron 1721.


Sincerely, Lawrence



Lawrence: Your best bet, seeing as how you can boot, and Windows is active, is to do one of the following:

sfc /scannow from command prompt - (repairs system files)
Repair install from Windows CD.
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