frozen curser

Apr 21, 2018 11:57AM PDT

curser frozen/windows 10

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Given so little detail
Apr 21, 2018 12:09PM PDT

I can only answer you have to perform a factory reset. Hope your backups are current.

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May 29, 2018 8:27AM PDT

Firstly, it is important for me to know the laptop that you are using so that I can help you in a better way.

The few tips to solve the problem are as follows:

- search for a "touchpad" icon on your laptop. If you find it, then press it your cursor might start working. Look for this icon at the function keys row of the keyboard.

- OR open mouse setting on your Windows laptop then, from there select the "device setting" option, the choose the touchpad option and click on enable, as it might get disabled sometimes.


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