English Mouse move but can't cick any thing

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deadlox995
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Hello, I got a problem about my PC, I use WIN XP and I startup my pc it work fine at that I can't cick any thing (icon,..etc) but I can move my mouse, can some they me a way to fix this (also I post this topic used my iphone)
22.09.14 01:16:23 pm
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Chingy
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Are you sure that it's not a hardware problem? I mean are the buttons in working condition?
22.09.14 01:18:55 pm
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DC
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Try the mouse on another computer to test if it is working or damaged.

In case it isn't working on other PCs either:
• Buy a new mouse!

In case it IS working on other PCs:
• Re-install the mouse driver (if you are using any)
• Scan the system for malware
• Run (Windows) update

Also Win XP is not updated anymore. It's a security risk to use it. You should upgrade to a newer Windows version if possible.
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22.09.14 02:00:49 pm
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Marcell
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Or also try to clean your mouse
22.09.14 07:03:40 pm
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deadlox995
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It work fine on the other pc, and I try to use cclear to clear up and fix thing... It work fine on safe mode, and I go to msconfig I used normal boot ini it load system.ini,progress.ini and that work my mouse go back to normal, at I off PC next day I on PC that problem....
22.09.14 07:05:56 pm
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DC
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Really sounds like some kind of hoax/malware which tries to annoy you. Try a real virus scanner and/or other malware removal programs as well and also check running programs and processes for suspicious stuff.
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23.09.14 09:47:20 am
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Iceath
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had the same issue,try to run malewarebytes (http://de.malwarebytes.org/),should find the maleware
23.09.14 02:27:01 pm
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VADemon
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How to check for suspicious programs:
a) Run task manager (Ctrl+Alt+Delete) and look under the tab "Processes"
b) Recommended: Download/Copy from an USB drive a programm called Process Explorer and look for unnecessary process. Most likely (if its a virus) it'll be below explorer.exe. Then select that process, hit the "Delete" key and then OK
3) Let some other antivirus/programm do that job for (I doubt they'll find something)
24.09.14 03:43:10 pm
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SaZ Dice
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it may be graphics driver not responding(happen to me often) , it is nvidia geforce bug!
25.09.14 03:07:48 pm
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deadlox995
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nah, i thing is the time that i move on stop use WIN XP :)) i have update and buy new WIN 7 :))) no problem =]]]
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