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Ok so my computer is on blue screen on death and then i cant click on advanced options (lenovo pc btw windows 10) because my mouse cursor isnt there!!! What should i do???? Help asapName:  AE250E8D-255B-4404-AEE6-AB7A94A97951.jpg.jpeg
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Ok so my computer is on blue screen on death and then i cant click on advanced options (lenovo pc btw windows 10) because my mouse cursor isnt there!!! What should i do???? Help asapName:  AE250E8D-255B-4404-AEE6-AB7A94A97951.jpg.jpeg
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Can you use your keyboard to choose the options?
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can you cycle through the options by pressing tab
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Ok so my computer is on blue screen on death and then i cant click on advanced options (lenovo pc btw windows 10) because my mouse cursor isnt there!!! What should i do???? Help asapName:  AE250E8D-255B-4404-AEE6-AB7A94A97951.jpg.jpeg
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Go advanced by pressing tab, it should highlight when you do this. Then there should be options, select the one which says keep files but reset and you'll be set. Hopefully
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I cant tell if its doing it. I press tab then enter multiple times. No luck
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My keyboard doesn't bloody work
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(Original post by Rolls_Reus_0wner)
Ok so my computer is on blue screen on death and then i cant click on advanced options (lenovo pc btw windows 10) because my mouse cursor isnt there!!! What should i do???? Help asapName:  AE250E8D-255B-4404-AEE6-AB7A94A97951.jpg.jpeg
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You're motherboard is corrupted. You will have to purchase a new motherboard or get a new computer.

There is no way around the BOD unfortunately.
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This is not fair.. all i did was uninstall a antivirus...
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This is not fair.. all i did was uninstall a antivirus...
Life isn't fair. You just have to continue I'm afraid.

You can try to replace the motherboard though it will be costly but as I said there is no cure for BOD.

Even if you search online it's only temporary solutions not a permanent fix.
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Ita a desktop computer
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Can’t you force reboot it again? Leave it off for a while then try turning it on again?
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Just to add there is apparently a bug with a recent Windows update that's causing big issues for sine people. This could be involved here.
I don't really know any details on it. It's just something I've been told since my laptop (also Lenovo oddly enough) crashes any time I move the screen. I hear some people have been locked out of their computers because of it. Might be worth looking into.
Here's a link relating to it https://www.theverge.com/2018/1/3/16846784/microsoft-processor-bug-windows-10-fix
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Even if OP reboots the computer, it's not going to work due to the motherboard being corrupted. Therefore they are required to change the motherboard of the PC.

It can also be related to wear and tear as well. So if the OP has had his PC for a long time I guess it's time to say goodbye to it.

BSOD is quite prevelant in this regards too.
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Right sorry for the misinformation.
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Fair enough. Thanks for the info
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Im trying different usb ports, dosent seem like its working tbh
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Yes i have tried different mouses dosent work. How do u get into bios
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Life isn't fair. You just have to continue I'm afraid.

You can try to replace the motherboard though it will be costly but as I said there is no cure for BOD.

Even if you search online it's only temporary solutions not a permanent fix.
Can you lay your hands on a spare hard drive for your machine? Doesn't have to be the same size. Get a blank one, and try installing Linux on it. Mint is a good distribution [that's what i'm using]. If the machine boots normally, you must have some malware on the Win 10 drive. You can continue using Linux [i use it nearly 100% of the time now]. It's free, and works very well. I have heard it put that "anyone who is running Win 10, can kiss any hope of privacy [even the slightest] good bye!!! There are some ppl on ebay, that are selling 'live' distributions of various versions of Linux on a used USB hard drive (external one). The drives are set up so that you can boot off of them, and try the Linux versions out. If you like the way one of them runs, you can select a push button when you boot, and the pgm on the USB drive will install it on your machine's hard drive. If you get tired of it, just reboot off of the USB drive, and install another version of Linux. I tried several versions, and settled on "Mint" to use. I'm quite happy with it. If you are accustomed to running windows, you can convert to Linux in a couple of weeks. The hardest part i've found, is remembering the funny names that each special application is called. The video capture pgm is called "Kazam". There are supporting documents available on the Linux web site(s) that can be printed out to help the beginner. I wouldn't just buy another computer without trying to fix what you've got. In my experience, about 85% of problems with PCs are due to software issues - usually malware. Good luck!!!!
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Can you lay your hands on a spare hard drive for your machine? Doesn't have to be the same size. Get a blank one, and try installing Linux on it. Mint is a good distribution [that's what i'm using]. If the machine boots normally, you must have some malware on the Win 10 drive. You can continue using Linux [i use it nearly 100% of the time now]. It's free, and works very well. I have heard it put that "anyone who is running Win 10, can kiss any hope of privacy [even the slightest] good bye!!! There are some ppl on ebay, that are selling 'live' distributions of various versions of Linux on a used USB hard drive (external one). The drives are set up so that you can boot off of them, and try the Linux versions out. If you like the way one of them runs, you can select a push button when you boot, and the pgm on the USB drive will install it on your machine's hard drive. If you get tired of it, just reboot off of the USB drive, and install another version of Linux. I tried several versions, and settled on "Mint" to use. I'm quite happy with it. If you are accustomed to running windows, you can convert to Linux in a couple of weeks. The hardest part i've found, is remembering the funny names that each special application is called. The video capture pgm is called "Kazam". There are supporting documents available on the Linux web site(s) that can be printed out to help the beginner. I wouldn't just buy another computer without trying to fix what you've got. In my experience, about 85% of problems with PCs are due to software issues - usually malware. Good luck!!!!
I forgot to mention: If you decide to replace the OS on your existing hard drive, don't forget to 'back up' - i.e. make copies of ALL files on your present hard drive!!! [that you want to keep]. That is why i suggested getting another hard drive to test your machine out. I don't have the mounting screws in my hard drive in this Dell Latitude D530. I can switch off, and remove the hard drive, replace it with another, and be up and running on windows (XP) in a few minutes. I am using either 1 or 1.5 terabyte drives - so there is PLENTY of room for everything. This includes a bunch of movies. I store my data files on an external USB hard drive [that is not "C:"]. My applications are stored on the external drive too. This means that basically, about the only thing on "C:" drive is the operating system, and drivers for my printers, etc, which are operating system specific. About the only thing that a rogue operating system could do is tamper with my BIOS. That is fairly unlikely, and anyway, you should have that backed up too. Again - good luck, i doubt that it's the actual machine. People selling the 3 1/2 inch hard drives for notebooks are also selling 'drive cloning' software that boots under Linux. This will copy your entire drive in an hour or two (depending upon how much you have on it). That way, if you 'garbage up' an experimental hard drive, you can just 're-record' it from the original source. This gives 'back up' a whole new meaning, when you can back your system up with a complete hard drive - giving yourself a running test drive as a backup. No lengthy restore efforts needed here - just plug it in!! Cheers.
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Ok quick update. Tirns out i had a usb with the Windows fixer things. My mouse and keyboard finally work 😀however im trying every way of trying to repair the computer but nothing is woeking till now. Rn im doing some system restore:
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Earlier i did get this:
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Now im just hoping for the best
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