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Mouse Twitching and Clicking Even When Unplugged.


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#1 Sparkul

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Posted 29 May 2018 - 03:59 PM

Hey guys

 

Just had this problem start on my pc. I was watching a twitch stream and my mouse started moving downwards to the left with constant velocity. This happened even after I lifted the mouse off of the surface. I unplugged the mouse and this carried on.

 

I then restarted my PC. After the restart, my cursor twitches in place and constantly left clicks extremely fast.

 

This makes doing anything impossible even attempting to use the keyboard as an input device.

 

Basically what can I do to fix this. I unplugged my network card but so its not remote access.

 

I cannot control my pc in any way. As soon as I use the keyboard to target something, the mouse clicks the desktop and de - selects it so I cannot uninstall drivers.

 

It should be noted that I spilt a small amount of water on the mouse and keyboard about twenty minutes before this started happening.

 

Please help me.

 

(UPDATE)

 

I tried booting in safe mode. the F8 key input worked but the arrow keys would not work to navigate me to safe mode.

 

I rebooted trying to enter safe mode again. The enter key to select boot normally would not work.

 

I then tried entering Bios. The del key would not work to get me into bios.


Edited by Sparkul, 29 May 2018 - 04:37 PM.


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Posted 29 May 2018 - 05:11 PM

 

It should be noted that I spilt a small amount of water on the mouse and keyboard about twenty minutes before this started happening.

Try a different keyboard and mouse






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