Windows Xp Cursor Freezes
also it might be a faulty hdd, you can do a self test if needed to be sure. My questions are if Windows XP could be the problem and any way to check it for corruption or updating the service pack to fix the problem if the new power I can only think that an overnight charge of the batteries might have done it, but I had tried changing the batteries which didn't work. Did that, and they started working again. http://www.makeuseof.com/answers/windows-xp-cursor-freezes-start/
Also please mark this thread solved using the thread tools option located at the top of this thread and selecting solved from the drop down menu when your computer is working I have a Windows XP desktop with FIC VI13L motherboard, 350 watt power supply, and having problems with the screen/cursor/keyboard freezing. WinXP should recognize it and install a generic driver for it.
- Sure Intel has some advantages but for the $$$ AMD will give you good service.
- chazeldAug 16, 2011, 8:42 PM Okay, it finally froze again -- lasted more than an hour this time, though, great progress!
- I am thinking that the problem is narrowed down to either the power supply or the motherboard, unless Windows XP itself is the problem.
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- 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.
- windows fault (might be solved by doing a repair re-install of windows)2.
The mouse is wireless, but I have also tried a USB connected one. I changed the power supply and I thought it fixed the problem, however, it was not as straight forward or immediate as I hoped. I have replaced the memory with Kingston matched sets and tested them, replaced the Pentium 4 533 CPU with a slightly faster 2.8Ghz 512K (up from 2.4Ghz) and fastest supported by Before I posted, I ran Symantec anti-virus, SpyBot, and CCleaner, for good measure.
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Will the "sfc/scannow" work if I can get in to MSDOS command prompt? Can't find your answer ? I tried the mouse on another computer and it worked fine there, so I'm convinced this is a problem within my computer not the mouse itself. However, I still suspect the motherboard since it is freezing earlier than ever, even before Windows boots.
You have to get Windows XP running in a minimum configuration mode called “Safe Mode”. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-hardware/mouse-pointer-freezes/02b8aa23-4d71-42a4-9699-39a2ec6073a8 Reboot the PC. Toner Life End Msg Unable to edit grub2 boot screen... Clean registry contents as well.
In all cases, recovering your data in “safe mode” is a first priority. http://webfusionjm.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-freezes-installation.html 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. Which mouse are you using at the moment? Reports: · Posted 6 years ago Top germ-x Posts: 5310 This post has been reported.
jackcola.org Jack Cola February 3, 2010 at 9:54 am I had a similar problem when I played around with Windows Registry. solved HDD clicks and freezes pc, but cursor still moving. Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.com Welcome to BleepingComputer, a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. weblink Finally, open Explorer carefully navigate to c:\windows\inf.
FEATURED IN: Send an Email ©2016. Quote: Originally Posted by patmark Hi Keykon, and welcome to TSF. is it a USB mouse or a PS2 one?
Thank you Patmark I am currently using the PS2 mouse.
I unplugged the PS2 mouse, but it was asking to (re)install the USB mouse, so did that. Guess I should have been more specific, though. Please try the request again. My battery is completely dead, I only use the laptop on plug.
Really just use it for email and internet search -- when i get serious about working, I sit at the trusty old desktop me 1Aug 18, 2011, 2:21 AM I don't No, you definitely didn't waste our time. When finished, Tab to the “Apply” button and press “enter.” Note: “msconfig” works with Windows 98SE, as well as XP. check over here Was the web page one you have visited many times before ?
The Logitech mouse did indeed come with a disc that included drivers and a piece of software for tweaking and utilizing the different features of the mouse called SetPoint, i have Both -- not a touchpad, but the button in the center of the keyboard. Update your XP operating system. It was still stuck when the computer came back on.
If not, it may be a hardware problem or a driver issue. So, if i move the mouse far enough to the right, eventually the cord would get turned to the left enough for this glitch to come into effect and the mouse
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