My Acer Vista labtop wont click on anything, help

  pinkislove 20:45 09 Oct 09
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(im on my computer thats how im able ask this question).

But earlier today my labtop frozed all sudden and it won't lemme click on anything. the keyboard still works so i pressed CTRL+ALT+DEL so i can open up the task manager to close the program but it wont let me click. so i just pressed the off button on my labtop. then i turned it back on and it pulled up the screen where u log into ur acount. but if i move my mouse it de-selected my name and i coulnt click on anything there for i couldn't even log onto my acount on my labtop. the only way i can is if i dont move the mouse and press enter on my keyboard when my name is selected. and if i do that it logs me in but it still wont let me click on anything. i can still right click though with the keypad button

for example my msn pops up when my labtop logs in normally but i cant click exit or just anything. so what do i do??? i kept on restarting it but i does the same thing.

HOW DO I FIX THIS? help pleassseeee. srry that was probaly confusing

and i do have a antivirus program (NORTON 360) on my computer so i dought its a virus or something.

  STREETWORK 20:56 09 Oct 09

Sounds like sticky keys is enabled. Boot up and then hit the shift key 5 times quickly. box pops up to ask if you want to turn off the function...

  pinkislove 21:12 09 Oct 09

nope, that didnt work =(

  rdave13 21:23 09 Oct 09

If XP try last known configuration; keep tapping F8 (or F5 on some PCs) from boot-up; click here

  Woolwell 21:34 09 Oct 09

Have you tried attaching a mouse?

  woodchip 22:12 09 Oct 09

As above keep tapping F5 as it starts to go into Safe Mode then use System Restore back to a Older Date

  pinkislove 23:01 09 Oct 09

well i have a window vista, do i do the same thing or wat

  mooly 06:59 10 Oct 09

System restore is in Vista... just type system restore into the search box to bring it up and choose a point just before the problem happened.

  tullie 07:43 10 Oct 09

As Woolwell says,have you tried a mouse.

  STREETWORK 08:13 10 Oct 09

Try pressing Fn and F7 togeather in case the trackpad is disabled (depending on the model it may be a diferent F key (normally see a mouse icon on it...

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