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Old 16-03-2008, 11:27 PM
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Has anyone any ideas why my mouse cursor suddenly ceases up and refuses to move?! Its been doing it intermitently over the last couple of days, but returns to normal if I switch the whole pc off and re-boot.......tis driving me insane! The first couple of times it happened I pulled the tower out of its cubby hole to check the connections and the puter started beeping at me hysterically, so Ive stopped doing that.
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Old 16-03-2008, 11:29 PM
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Has anyone any ideas why my mouse cursor suddenly ceases up and refuses to move?! Its been doing it intermitently over the last couple of days, but returns to normal if I switch the whole pc off and re-boot.......tis driving me insane! The first couple of times it happened I pulled the tower out of its cubby hole to check the connections and the puter started beeping at me hysterically, so Ive stopped doing that.
Is this an optical mouse or one with a roller ball dollies? the older roller ball type do get dirty inside and need cleaning regularly. you may also find that the pads underneath that the newer optical type slide on get gunged up and need cleaning.

If that doesnt sure the problem then get a new one from your local independent dealer for 3-4 pound.
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