18 Hal yang Harus Dicoba Saat Mouse Anda Membeku di Windows 10

18 Hal yang Harus Dicoba Saat Mouse Anda Membeku di Windows 10

18 Hal yang Harus Dicoba Saat Mouse Anda Membeku di Windows 10.

 18 Hal yang Harus Dicoba Saat Mouse Anda Membeku di Windows 10



Apakah Anda sering mengalami jeda dan macet dengan kursor mouse di Windows 10? Berbagai alasan, seperti pengaturan yang bertentangan, driver yang rusak, dan perangkat lunak berbahaya, dapat menyebabkan hal itu terjadi.


Jadi pada saat mouse Anda membeku atau mulai bertingkah di Windows 10, berikut adalah 18 hal yang dapat Anda coba untuk membuatnya berfungsi dengan benar lagi.

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Sebelum kamu memulai


Jika kursor mouse benar-benar membeku, Anda dapat menggunakan tombol berikut untuk berinteraksi dengan sistem operasi:


Tab dan Shift + Tab: Beralih di antara elemen di layar.


Panah Atas/Bawah/Kiri/Kanan: Berpindah di antara elemen di layar dan memperluas item dalam daftar.


Masuk dan Spasi: Pilih (klik kiri) elemen di layar.


Aplikasi dan Ctrl + Shift + F10: Mengungkapkan tindakan kontekstual (klik kanan).


Anda juga akan menemukan pintasan keyboard tambahan untuk tindakan tertentu saat Anda mengerjakan daftar di bawah ini.


1. Beralih Windows Menggunakan Alt-Tab


Jika mouse Anda membeku di Windows 10 dalam program tertentu, kemudian beralih ke aplikasi lain yang terbuka melalui Pengalih Tugas (tekan Alt + Tab) atau membuka desktop (Windows + D) mungkin bisa membantu memperbaikinya.


Perbarui atau instal ulang program jika masalah terkait kursor mulai berulang.

2. Mulai Ulang File Explorer


Restart File Explorer adalah cara cepat lain untuk memperbaiki kursor mouse yang beku atau tersentak-sentak di Windows 10.


Mulailah dengan menekan Shift + Ctrl + Esc untuk membuka Task Manager. Kemudian, pilih More details, klik kanan proses berlabel Windows Explorer, dan pilih Restart.


3. Keluar dari Proses Konsumsi Sumber Daya


Proses intensif sumber daya juga dapat menyebabkan kursor mouse membeku atau berperilaku tidak menentu. Cara terbaik untuk memeriksanya adalah dengan membuka Task Manager dan melihat di bawah tab Processes untuk penggunaan CPU dan disk yang tinggi.


Anda selalu dapat mengakhiri proses dengan mengklik kanan dan memilih Akhiri tugas. Tetapi jika itu terkait dengan tugas penting (seperti pembaruan aplikasi atau pemindaian anti-malware), Anda harus menunggu.


4. Restart Komputer


Kebocoran memori, proses nakal, dan berbagai masalah lainnya dapat muncul secara acak di Windows 10. Cara termudah untuk memperbaikinya adalah dengan melakukan restart cepat. Jadi jika Anda belum melakukannya, cobalah melakukannya sekarang.


Jika komputer Anda tampak benar-benar tidak responsif, Anda mungkin ingin melakukan hard reset sebagai gantinya.


5. Putuskan & Sambungkan Kembali Mouse


Memutuskan dan menghubungkan kembali mouse Anda juga dapat memperbaiki masalah aneh terkait kursor pada PC Anda.


Cukup cabut kabel USB atau penerima nirkabel, nyalakan ulang komputer Anda, dan sambungkan kembali. Jika mouse terus membeku, lanjutkan dengan perbaikan lainnya.


6. Bersihkan Mouse


Jika Anda telah menggunakan mouse selama beberapa waktu, sensor optik di bawahnya dapat dilapisi debu dan kotoran. Tidak mengherankan, itu dapat mencegahnya mendaftarkan gerakan dengan benar.


Menggunakan udara bertekanan atau kapas basah yang direndam alkohol akan membantu Anda membersihkannya dengan cepat.

7. Recharge the Batteries


A wireless or Bluetooth mouse that’s about to run out of battery can also stutter and pause in Windows 10. Check if recharging or swapping out its batteries can end up making a difference.


8. Change USB Ports


Switching USB ports can also help rectify issues on USB devices. Furthermore, it’s best to avoid external USB hubs and connect your mouse directly to ensure that it receives adequate power.


Disconnecting and moving around other USB peripherals—such as your keyboard—to different ports on the PC might also end up resolving the problem.


9. Disable Power Saving for USB Ports


Your PC may attempt to conserve power by shutting down power to USB ports. You can stop that by tweaking the operating system’s power management settings.


Press Windows + R to open the Run box. Then, type devmgmt.msc and select OK to bring up the Device Manager. Next, expand the Universal Serial Bus controllers category, right-click an instance of USB Root Hub, and select Properties.


Under the Power Management tab, uncheck the box next to Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power and select OK. Follow that by repeating the action for other instances of USB Root Hub.


10. Run Hardware and Devices Troubleshooter


Windows 10’s Hardware and Devices troubleshooter helps fix severe mouse-related issues. You can access it using Windows PowerShell.


Start by pressing Windows + X. Then, select Windows PowerShell, and follow that by copying and pasting the command below:


msdt.exe -id DeviceDiagnostic


Once the Hardware and Devices troubleshooter finishes loading, work your way through any onscreen instructions to resolve issues with your mouse.


11. Reinstall Device Drivers


You’ve gone through lots of quick fixes. If your mouse still keeps freezing, it’s now time to rule out corruption issues with any mouse drivers by reinstalling them.


To do that, open the Device Manager, expand Mice and other pointing devices, right-click HID-compliant mouse, and select Uninstall device. Then, repeat for all instances of HID-compliant mice.


Follow that by restarting your computer, and Windows should reinstall the mouse drivers automatically.


It’s also a good idea to follow up by installing any support software or dedicated drivers for your mouse from the manufacturer’s website.


12. Disable Enhance Pointer Precision


Windows 10 features a setting called Enhance Pointer Precision that acts as a form of mouse acceleration. But it can produce inconsistent behavior with specific mice types, so you should try disabling it.


To do that, press Windows + I to open the Settings app. Then, select Devices > Mouse > Additional mouse options. Under the Pointer Options tab, uncheck the box next to Enhance pointer precision and select Apply to save your changes.


13. Update Hardware Drivers


Obsolete or buggy display drivers can result in significant performance issues and cause the mouse to freeze. You try fixing that by obtaining the latest drivers from the device manufacturer’s website—NVIDIA, AMD, Intel, etc.


Additionally, you must apply any other hardware-related driver updates to resolve conflicts between the various devices on your PC. The fastest way to do that is by using a driver updater tool.


14. Update Windows 10


Updating Windows 10 can resolve known bugs and driver incompatibilities preventing your mouse from working correctly.


So if you haven’t updated the operating system in a while, open the Settings app and go to Update & Security > Windows Update. Then, select Check for Updates and follow that by selecting Download and install.


15. Scan for Malware


Computer viruses and malicious software usually result in severe performance issues and erratic cursor behavior. You can use Windows 10’s built-in Windows Security applet to perform a scan of your computer for trojans, worms, keyloggers, etc.


However, you should also follow up by running a dedicated malware remover such as Malwarebytes to find and remove hidden forms of malware.


16. Disable Fast Startup


Windows 10 uses a feature called Fast Startup to improve boot times by saving the system state whenever you perform a shutdown. However, that can also result in weird glitches and anomalies on different PC builds. So try disabling it.


To do that, press Windows + X and select Power Options > Additional power settings > Choose what the power button does. Follow that by unchecking the box next to Turn on fast startup (recommended).


17. Run SFC Scan


Running the System File Checker helps fix severe stability issues in Windows 10. If your mouse freezes completely, you should try running it.


To do that, press Windows + X, select Windows PowerShell (Admin) and run the command below.


sfc/ scannow


Note: If you have trouble interacting with the operating system, try running an SFC scan after booting Windows 10 in Safe Mode.


18. Run DISM Scan


It’s generally best practice to follow an SFC scan by running the Deployment Image Servicing and Management Tool (DISM). That should help fix additional stability issues in Windows 10. Run three commands below in an elevated Windows PowerShell console:


DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /CheckHealth


DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /ScanHealth


DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth


No More Weird Pauses and Freezes


The pointers above should’ve helped you fix issues with your mouse freezing in Windows 10. But if none of them helped, you must check if the same thing occurs after connecting it to another PC.


If it does, it’s safe to assume that you’re dealing with a defective mouse. So send it back for a replacement or treat yourself to a new mouse.



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