asked on 1st Sep 2011 | 1 Answers | Answer It!
You haven’t mentioned what happens when you double click on it (whether you get an error message or not). This could happen due to multiple reasons like a malware infection corrupting some of the system files or simply if the mouse double click setting is set inappropriately. Follow these steps:
• Click start and type ‘mouse’ in the search field. Press enter.
• On the mouse properties window, slow down the double click speed.
• If this does not work, run a virus scan in safe mode using a reliable security software.
• If it finds potentially harmful files, remove them.
• Create a new ‘administrator’ user account if the problem persists and migrate documents to it by transferring the content of C:\Users\*old user name* to C:\Users\*new user name*.
Hope it helped.
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asked on 27th Jul 2011 | 1 Answer
asked on 28th Jul 2011 | 1 Answer
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