|While you are looking in the BIOS (setup) check that the mouse is enabled though it should be since you are already running windows but it doesn't hurt to double check also you may need to ensure that usb legacy support is also enabled if you have a usb mouse.. One more thing this is on an emachine right it could be a boot virus, or the lack there of, that built in protection that comes on emachines may not be reliable or is it enabled they usually give a warning while booting if it's disabled, but still I recommend scanning with a third party program just to make sure it's not a boot virus.. And a boot virus may effect things inside of windows. Emachines have their built in protection but I'm not sure how good it is.. |
Wait a minute I Just thought of something simple go inside of windows and open the control panel then click on system when the window pop's up click hardware then device manager and check your mouse driver if it says this device is working properly proceed to and click on reinstall driver anyway. It could just be that it wasn't installed properly or had a conflict when it was installed before. That is all I can think of right now, Wishes you the best of luck..