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Windows 7: Problem with clicking


23 Jul 2012   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Problem with clicking

Hello, i'm new here. I joined becouse i have a problem with my computer and, i don't realy know what to do. So the problem is that i can't close/run some programs. I made a video to show what i'm talking about, i hope it will help you to understand my problem.

prob.1 - YouTube

As you can see, in the video i'm clicking on the MC login button but it just seems like Windows doesn't recognize that i'm clicking on it. Also if i want to close a mozila firefox window by clicking on the red X in upper right corner, i have to press the start button before i press the X. Sorry about my bad english, and my bad explanation of the problem.


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23 Jul 2012   #2

MS Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64-bit
 
 

your problems could be caused by the program that you want to close not having the focus, that is, not being the active program.

To make sure that a program has the focus, then click anywhere inside the program window.

You can also use wither WIN + TAB or ALT + TAB to switch to the desired program before closing.
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