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Patachaos

Win 10 bug, Can't click on anything

I kinda fixed it.

I switched logitech gaming software to internal memory.
I have a Logitech g502

Thank you for helping.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I was just playing Dota 2 then my computer freezed and i hard-reseted it.
When i had my pc on again i realized that any button that i clicked on didn't worked at all, some of them didn't even light up when i tryed to select them.
So. I can use the mausewheel, move the mause.

I can't click or rightclick, press enter (i have to use the spacebar instead of the enter key on the keyboard)

----I have tried---

I checked event viewer but i just could find the log ''kernel power'' of my hard-reset

i tried the command on cmd that scans for windows corrupted files and didn't find enything

--Notes--

On the very beiginning of the boot i can click on stuff, i even draged and dropped icons in the desktop and open firefox unitl it stoped working.

The only hardware and software changes were that i installed a new GPU (Zotac GTX 1050) and the firestorm program for it

-I really don't want to reinstall the os, cuz i have lots of stuff on the drive installed

---Specs---

CPU:Phenom II x4 955

GPU:zotac gtx 1050

psu:EVGA 600B

RAM:8GB DDR3

HD-Segate 1 TB HD

OS:Windows 10 PRo

---Update--

I plugged my monitors (2) on my MOBO and it didn't worked.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, psycoUSA said:

can you use the mouse in the bios?

 

No. It's an old MOBO and nothing really fancy. So just uses keyboard inputs. If you want to know if the mause works at all, it does, i mean i can click on stuff at the start of the boot when the desktop just shows up, and then stops working.

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9 minutes ago, Patachaos said:

No. It's an old MOBO and nothing really fancy. So just uses keyboard inputs. If you want to know if the mause works at all, it does, i mean i can click on stuff at the start of the boot when the desktop just shows up, and then stops working.

maybe try to reinstall mouse drivers?

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP · Best Answer

I kinda fixed it.

I switched logitech gaming software to internal memory.
I have a Logitech g502

Thank you for helping.

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