Cursor has stopped moving around

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What should I do if the mouse cursor is stopping move around?

Can anyone help me solve this issue.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #128966

Cursor has stopped moving around

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Hello Bondparis!

Here are some of the ideas that I can give which would help you in your problem. Actually, there are lots of reasons that cause your mouse cursor to stop moving. Try to check your battery, it may be discharged. Make sure that you are using a flat dull surface or mouse pad, because usually, the mouse does not do well on a gleaming or glass surface.

If you’re using a wireless mouse, make sure that you had not mistaken placing the mouse and the receiver. It may lose your connection and it may cause your receiver to be out of range. Hope these ideas of mine could help you in your problem.

Sincerely,

Rizjade

Answered By 20 points N/A #128967

Cursor has stopped moving around

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It is not a big problem. First you check your computer may be it working others software and so you sow it. You wait a few minutes. If it does not work then you Restart your computer.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #128968

Cursor has stopped moving around

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When the mouse cursor stops moving around, it's likely that you're compute is very loading something or is trying to process something. This only happens if you have such a low end computer though, as the mouse movement shouldn't normally be affected by loading applications. If you're using a mouse that not an optical mouse, meaning it still has that ball thing under it, then it most likely is already dirty inside or the surface that the mouse is placed over is dirty.

Try and remove the ball from under the mouse and clean the ball as well as the parts inside the mouse where the ball has contact. Also clean the surface where the ball is placed over to remove dirt that may affect its functionality. Lastly, just try using a known working mouse. If that works fine, then it should be obvious that you need to replace your mouse.

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