Mouse cursor flickers and dissapears on Football Manager 2009
I have a Sony Vaio VGN-FZ21E
2 GB RAM
Nvidia 8400GT 64 Mb dedicated graphics
Running Vista Home Premium
I installed Football Manager 2009 via steam and activated and it played fine. Then after 2 weeks the mouse cursor just starts flickering and dissapearing making it impossible to play the game. Although it plays ok via the short cuts and has no problems showing 3D match graphics. I have uninstalled it and steam and reinstalled the traditional way, upgraded all of my drivers for my PC, defragged, cleaned up, adjusted all graphics options back to basic and 1024 x 768 and it is all to no avail. All my other programmes are running fine although the internet is slower for some reason as well.
Re: Mouse cursor flickers and dissapears on Football...
Hi, have you check the mouse setting in the control panel?
I think your mouse has a problem if you can verify that the setting is normal.
I would suggest you try with different mouse to narrow down the problem.
Hope this help.
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IF YOU CHANGE THE MB.. SHOULD THE PCU IS COMPATIBLE WITH THEN MB.. ABOUT THE RAM SHOULD BE COMPATIBLE ALSO...LOOK THE COMPATIBLITY OF YOUR SPESIFICATION OF YOUR SYSTEM.... THE VIDEO GRAPHICS ACTUALLY IS BUILT IN THE MB JUST INSTALL THE RIGHT DRIVER.. ABOUT THE BIOS NO NEED TO RESET.. AFTER THE FIXING THE MB..FORMAT YOU HDD. OR INSTALL NEW ONE NOT OLD.. BECAUSE NEW MB.. IF YOU USE THE OLD OS YOU WILL MEET A LOT OF PROBLEM,, LIKE BLUE SCREENN,, AUTOSHUT OFF,, SOUND NOT WORKING, OR ANY POSIBLE BECAUSE OF FEATURES SOMTIMES.
Unfortunately, Dedicated video memory cannot be changed. Only the Allocated system memory. The dedicated video memory is onboard memory, like a video card in a desktop machine has it's own RAM. Your out of luck, unfortunately.