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mouse cursor bugging out

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Posted · Original PosterOP

so I commonly have this problem where when i try to do something that involves file explorer (opening a file with pictures,browsing threw game files to add mods,cleaning/deleting stuff i don't need,etc) the file explorer freezes and says "not responding" then my mouse cursor starts going very slow like it's at 1 fps and nothing seems to fix it other then turning the pc off from the button on the case. anybody know the cause and/or fix for this?

 

edit-- and task manager is extremely laggy it takes a long time for it to load and it says the power usage for it is very high which i've never noticed 

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Could be due to multiple issues.

1. Not enough RAM

2. CPU
3. Disk Usage at 100% (Hard disk or just windows services)
4. All of these
5. Resource hogging softwares or malware running on the background.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, Screen said:

Could be due to multiple issues.

1. Not enough RAM

2. CPU
3. Disk Usage at 100% (Hard disk or just windows services)
4. All of these
5. Resource hogging softwares or malware running on the background.

16gb ddr4 

ryzen 5 3600 4.2ghz 

nope both ssds are about 60%

this happens when nothing is running 

 

and i built the pc all brand new parts in janurary so nothing is old 

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1 minute ago, Ls9L said:

16gb ddr4 

ryzen 5 3600 4.2ghz 

nope both ssds are about 60%

this happens when nothing is running 

 

and i built the pc all brand new parts in janurary so nothing is old 

That is quite a good system you got there.
Can eliminate the hardware aspect and now it might be some software running on the background,
Check the startup list and also monitor what programs are taking up more resources and deal with them.
It could also be windows update running in the background downloading the upcoming update or some pending updates.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 minutes ago, Screen said:

That is quite a good system you got there.
Can eliminate the hardware aspect and now it might be some software running on the background,
Check the startup list and also monitor what programs are taking up more resources and deal with them.
It could also be windows update running in the background downloading the upcoming update or some pending updates.

practically nothing lolman.thumb.PNG.7d4bad39f61e52eaa4a740536bb13418.PNG

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