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Arrow is viberating & screen is not as large as it should be

Pointer or arrow is vibrating, screen has become to small

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What operating system are you working on
try to configure your resolution to correct the small screen
and the refresh rate for the pointer you see vibrating..
I would also check your mouse configuration.

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