Mouse on my PC running on Windows 7 gets frozen without any reason. It produced beep sound twice before becoming unresponsive. How can I fix it?
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You should first select the ‘Control Panel’ option after clicking on ‘Settings’. After that, you should select ‘Power Options’ to view ‘Change plan settings’ option. You should click on that option and change the settings according to your plan (‘Balance’ or ‘Power Saver’). You should then select ‘Change advanced power settings’ to view ‘USB settings’ option. You should expand that option by clicking on the ‘+’ sign. Then, you can find ‘USB selective suspend settings’ with ‘+’ sign along with it. Click on that sign to expand it. You can then view ‘On battery’ and ‘Plugged in’ options on your screen. You should set both options as ‘Disabled’ and click on ‘Apply’ option. Finally, you should check whether the mouse is responding or not.
This kind of problems will occur due to clashes of mouse and scanner or modem drivers.
Go to Device management and search if any problem is there it will appear in exclamation mark.
If everything fine navigate Mice and other pointing devices select Microsoft PS/2 Mouse right click on it and select Update Driver Software.
Select Browse my computer for device software click next it will fix.
You can make it by inserting OS DVD into drive select path and click Next.
hello my friend...it can be due to over heating of your computer or driver problems.
For driver related problems-In Safe Mode Go to Start/Run and type chkdsk C: /R and press enter. Now type a Y and reboot the computer. the Check Disk utility will run at next boot up and try and fix any file errors. After that run SFC /scannow again in Safe Mode
For over heating try to clean your computer fan regularly.
Hope these will help you.
Your mouse on your PC running on Windows 7 gets frozen without any reason, you don't worry it can be solved by the windows developers by following instructions mention bellow step by step and follow carefully..
- For solving this problem you need to turn on your PC.
- After that you need to open the control panel.
- In that you have many options, apart from select the setting tab.
- After that you need to select the power option.
- In that you have the option like change the settings according to your plan so click on that.
After that select the change advanced power settings for viewing the USB settings and here you have the + sign, then click on that for expand it and after that you can view the on battery and plugged in options on your screen. So you need to disable the both options and then click on apply option.
I also face this type of problem sometimes, it can be possible to resolve this problem with this method.
Just follow it :-
Firstly remove the mouse wire from your CPU
if there any dust remove it from there.
Place that again in CPU slot
restart your computer one time
Then your mouse be working
Friend, this might be due to power fluctuations. You better unplug and then check it by connecting it to some Laptop or other System.
If it works now, it is sure that the problem is due to power or some dust.
You unpin the mouse from the CPU and reinsert it.
Restart your System. This will resolve your System.
actually it happens for two reasons....
1.by virus attack.......
2.by hardware problem.....
you just see the pin of mouse carefully that there is no dust in that pin.......
and connect......if problem repeats again then change your os to..save your system form dangerous virus
* I saw your post i can give you the simple solution regarding to your question i will give you the small procedure for
solve your problem in few steps:
->Go to start button and there you can able to seen the control panel option click on it.
->By going their you can appear a some box with many options so from it select the "Hardware and sound" option.
->And by clicking it another few options are obtain you can able to seen the option Devices and printer in below of it
there is an option of mouse click on it.
->So by clicking on it you can able to make the settings for your mouse.
may be it's virus or driver problem.....used a good antivirus and scan hole computer ....and also re install ur mother board CD/DVD....
may be it will help u.....
THE REASON BEHIND THIS I WILL TELL YOU IN THE FOLLOWING STEPS-
Press WinKey to open Start Menu
Type in the Search Box: Device Manager and press Enter (it's going to open Device Manager window)
Press Tab so it's going to highlight the name of the computer from the list
Press Down Arrow until you get Mice and other pointing devices
Press Right Arrow to expand Mice and other pointing devices
Press Down Arrow to highlight the entry related to your mouse
Press Context Menu key (this is the key next to Right Alt, or next to Alt Gr), it's going to open the context menu
Within Context Menu you may try few things:
1)Select Enable if you see such a position
2)Update Driver Software...
3)Scan for hardware changes
4)Check Properties and see what you get under Device status
Check all this steps will solve your problem...
this may be due to following reasons:
-> once check MOUSE pin
-> or try another mouse
-> or install new OS
if still problem persists then its board fault
If you are having problem that your mouse get frozen pc in running windows 7..So i will solve your problem in some easy step ..You just take look and then try yourself..Let us see how it works...
First of all go and start your computer and then click on the start menu button a new scroll will be open.Now just click on the control panel button and open it..After that here you can see so many option so just go and select settings option and click on it..Here you needs to select the power button and click on it..Here and at the end you can see several option so just change the setting according to your plan so click on that....
Hope you like that information..
To over come from the mouse Forzen problem fallow these steps
go to control panel
select hardware and sound
then select power options
select change plan settings
after changing the settings
select advanced power settings
select USB settings
then select USB selective suspend settings
disable both on plugged in and on battery
click on save