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    4 quite some time now hamwatno i have been experiencing this problem so i thought y not, ask the intelligent clan of comp'. khair prob is this, before i log onto windows, i have set up a password screen/pop up {admin password} but lately, when i have reached that screen, my mouse goes bonkers.

    matlab kai, i can't move the mouse. so i can point the curser in the password column and enter the password et cetera. i hope u lads get my drift.

    much appreciated as always

    gracias

    #2
    Re: log on to windows screen {administrative password}

    uhmmm.. try using the TAB key when u get to the logon screen

    you can also reinstall the mouse drivers...
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      #3
      Re: log on to windows screen {administrative password}

      the tab key along with mouse is disabled @ that time. btw, how can i reinstall the mouse drivers?

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        #4
        Re: log on to windows screen {administrative password}

        I don't think u have much of choice but to reinstall the OS. What is it? XP? Just boot with the CD (if you have upgraded to SP2 then *slipstream the cd with the SP2), and when when asked choose the option of repairing the installation. If that doesn't work try the re-install option. Then finally just do a fresh install (that being the final option). You can recover your data via other options, to a separate drive. Let me know how you progress.
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          #5
          Re: log on to windows screen {administrative password}

          thanks yaar, btw tof y is this happening?

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            #6
            Re: log on to windows screen {administrative password}

            I know know, it could be some file corruption, maybe virus. Which PC is it ur home? Do a lot of people use it?
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              #7
              Re: log on to windows screen {administrative password}

              yeah it's a home pc. me, my sis and bro use it.

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                #8
                Re: log on to windows screen {administrative password}

                If the mouse is USB then I can see it happening. Try disabling anything other than
                - "Standard Universal PCI to USB Host Controller"
                - USB Root HUB

                under "Universal Serial Bus controller" in "device Manager". It could be that USB2.0 is enabled and sometime it doesn't work well. This is a long shot!

                Edit: You may have multiple items with above 2 names in device manager. Leave all alone. Only disable anything else in there. Try all USB items, if you have problems. just Enable it again.
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                  #9
                  Re: log on to windows screen {administrative password}

                  Alternatively goto

                  Start > Run > type : "control userpasswords2"

                  without quotes ofcourse
                  Select the user you want to login by default. click ok. it will ask to type in the password twice. Do that. Now it will automatically login each time your computer starts. Even with passwords.

                  Hope this helps.
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                    #10
                    Re: log on to windows screen {administrative password}

                    wait... can u try a second mouse before reinstalling...

                    try booting in safe mode i.e. when the manufacturer's logo (e.g. Dell logo) comes up on boot, tap F8 until you get an advanced start menu... and then choose "Safe Mode" - see if that works...

                    regular boot may be trying to load a lot of services on startup... n one of them might have been freezing the comp.

                    is it XP?
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                      #11
                      Re: log on to windows screen {administrative password}

                      yes it's xp.

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                        #12
                        Re: log on to windows screen {administrative password}

                        Is it a USB mouse? then it is possible that there is a conflicting device or resource. I'm not sure if this is going to be any good, but can you try unpluggin any device connected via USB except for the mouse? And as Mr.Genius mentioned, boot up into the Safe mode and check if the mouse is working, if it isn't then it could possibly be a problem with the mouse itself?
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