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Originally had W8. I have two basic problems with the mouse cursor - sometimes when the computer 'wakes up' after sleeping the cursor is just not visible at all. It is moving around as I move the mouse I can see the screen respond but it is not visible until I tap the right mouse button and then it is ok. The 2nd problem is that the cursor lags and is jerky with normal movements. Sometimes it just disappears for a second and then, pop, it is back. Very frustrating. Sometimes not very noticeable and sometimes is right in your face.
I have roamed the web and tried some of the tricks mentioned. No joy yet. I have tried several different brands of mice with no difference. The mouse driver is V9. I went to the 'Settings' menu and then to the 'Mouse' area and noticed one odd thing.
Please check the response from Robert Aldwinckle on forums from the link mentioned below and see if it helps. Do get back to Mouse - Second Come - Old Shoes (File) for any issues pertaining to Windows in the future. We will be happy to help. Did this solve your problem? Yes No. Sorry this didn't help. I may have fingers crossed found a solution to my problem with the mouse and cursor.
My answer: I changed the mouse again to another mouse of a different brand. It was always a bit flaky and went the computer went a bit bonkers long storyI bought a new keyboard a Logitech K - quite inexpensive and changed the mouse from the Dell to my old Microsoft. And got things working again but the mouse problems persisted - sometimes worse, sometimes better - but always aggravating.
After it booted and I logged in mouse not required for that, thank goodnessI then plugged in the new mouse a Logitech optical mouse I had around from another computer.
The new mouse worked fine - no lag, no blinking out, etc. And the mouse driver 'Events' tab indicated Mouse - Second Come - Old Shoes (File) new mouse was there and loaded and with no weird notes regarding A Long Dream - Tyler Ramsey - A Long Dream About Swimming Across The Sea. So far the change seems to have stuck. I have gone into 'sleep' mode several times - no problem.
I have turned the PC on and off several times - no problem. So - - with fingers Mouse - Second Come - Old Shoes (File) -- I am saying the problem is fixed. I think the Dell mouse had bad driver software and I think that, for some reason, Mouse - Second Come - Old Shoes (File) Microsoft mouse driver did not load correctly.
Thank you for sharing the resolution with us which will help others facing the same issue. I had it with W8 maybe Orina A Molina - Sudor - Cantan A La Juventud XP before and still have it with W All is ok then. But I know sometime later the same will happen again. Since my last post, I've found that when the mouse disappears, if i press the power button on the keyboard to turn off, then again to turn on, the mouse is back and working fine.
If that still has the problems, I'll try the Logitech route Site Feedback. Tell us about your experience with our site. BobGroh Created on February 24, Any and all help would be enormously appreciated. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Jessen P Replied on February 24, Hi Bob, Thank you for being part of Microsoft Community.
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How satisfied are you with this response? BobGroh Replied on February 24, In Maniac - Various - 1983 to Jessen P's post on February 24, I had read Mr. Aldwinckle's reply before and have not had any satisfaction with anything I have tried. This has been a problem right from the getgo with multiple versions of mice. The problem really seems to be some sort of conflict between the mouse driver software and other programs - i.
For example, I just took a second and moved the mouse cursor around the screen - after about 1 second, it just disappeared for a brief bit and then, bing, it appeared back on the screen. Repeated again and it didn't happen. Moved it around again for several seconds until I put the cursor over a 'action tag' i. If the audio is on, I get the aggravating multi-tone signal. Also note that the LED on the mouse, flickers off.
So the mystery deepens. BobGroh Replied on February 25, Jessen P Replied on February 28, In reply to BobGroh's post on February 25, When I move the attached mouse around the screen, it highlights the icons or files that are on the desktop.
The Outlook program or whatever file was highlighted opens. So, what's causing the cursor to go dark and then reappear after opening a so called highlighted file or program? BobGroh Replied on May 13, In reply to rljohnson32's post on May 12, Mouse - Second Come - Old Shoes (File), unfortunately, my solution was not permanent! It's back! I'm pretty sure it is a funky bit of software - probably in the mouse driver. When I forced an install with a new, non-Microsoft mouse, the problem was fixed.
Then I had a power outage which caused a 'blip' which, apparently, brought back the original Microsoft mouse driver. And now my 'disappearing' mouse cursor is back. Exactly the way you describe it. Annoying, to say the least. For now, I just grin and bear it. About a 1in 3 chance that, when waking up from 'sleep' that my cursor will be 'invisible'.
Steve Replied on January 30, In reply to BobGroh's post on May 13, Preludium 1 - Kompałecka Mała Nocka - Kawalerowie Błotni & Zespół Międzynarodowej Szkoły Muzyki Trad BobGroh Replied on January 30, In reply to Steve's post on January 30, Well, Murphy's Law is alive and well.
My 'mouse' problem has disappeared and I haven't seen it for a long time. No idea was happened - lots of Windows updates since then plus I am using a Logitech mouse. I think the Logitech mouse which may have forced a change in the mouse driver might have been the key. But who knows. I don't want to jinx it at this point. So my suggestion would be to change your mouse to a different brand they certainly are not expensive - I don't like the off brands so suggest you stick with bigger names like Logitech and then just grin and bear it.
Some things when it comes to computers just don't seem to be solvable by mere mortals like me. Steve Replied on April 19, In reply to BobGroh's post on January 30, This site in other languages x.
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