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Computer's problem...window xp is not open... y because black screen the pointer cursor..

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    I have the same issue and on the start up, i can't get to the f8 screen, it only allows me to do F2 or f10

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Try this
Find the F8 key
Tap F8 will booting the PC(don't stop tapping until you get to the ADVANCED BOOT OPTIOPN window
(using you arrow keys) go to SAFE MODE with command prompts press enter
<Enter> on Operation System
The PC will multi disk
On the sign in screen (Sign in as the Administrator)
This will take you to a command prompt window C:_
Were the curser blinks type CHKDSK /R <enter>
YOU WILL RECEIVE A MESSAGE (THIS VOLUM IS NO USES WOULD YOU LIKE TO SCHEDULE A CHECK DISK ON NEXT BOOT)
y <ENTER>
Reboot the PC
On reboot the PC should start a chkdsk
After the Chkdsk is complete reboot the PC

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Cursor disappeared


Here are two things I would try, not knowing your version of Windows:

1. Open Device Manager, double-click each "USB Root Hub, and under the "Power Management" tab, deselect "Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power".
2. In Control Panel, (depending on your version of Windows) either:
A. Open Display Properties, Settings tab, Settings button, Troubleshoot, lower the mouse acceleration to see if that prevents the pointer from disappearing. This is from memory.. I don't have an XP machine running right now.
B. Open the Mouse applet, under "Pointer Options", select "Show the location of the pointer when I press the CTRL key". If there's a way to lower graphics hardware acceleration in Window 7, I can't find it.

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Logitech m 705 mouse pointer flickering


Click the Windows "Start" button or press the "Windows" key. The "Start" menu opens.


Type "Cursor blink" in the "Search programs and file" text box.

A list opens.


Click "Change Cursor Blink Rate." The "Keyboard Properties" window opens.


Click the "Speed" tab. A list of options appears.

The "Cursor Blink Rate" section shows a "Cursor Blink Rate" slider displaying a range from "None" to "Fast."


Click and drag the slider button to the "None" area in the far left portion of the "Cursor Blink Rate" scale.


Click "Apply."


Click "OK." The cursor stops flickering on the screen.


hope this helps

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Curser turns to circle with black line through it


Hello, Try changing the cursor's color with these detailed instructions:

No. Mouse actions Keyboard actions 1 To open the Ease of Access Center, select:
  • Start.
  • Control Panel.
  • Ease of Access.
  • Ease of Access Center.
To open the Ease of Access Center, press:
  • Windows logo key winkey.gif+U.
2 Under Explore all settings, select:
  • Make the mouse easier to use.
Under Explore all settings, select:
  • Make the mouse easier to use by pressing TAB, then ENTER.
3 Under Mouse pointers:
  • Select a cursor and pointer combination.
  • Select Save.
Under Mouse pointers, select a cursor/pointer combination by pressing:
  • ALT+R for Regular White
  • ALT+U for Regular Black
  • ALT+G for Regular Inverting
  • ALT+L for Large White
  • ALT+B for Large Black
  • ALT+I for Large Inverting
  • ALT+X for Extra Large White
  • ALT+K for Extra Large Black
  • ALT+N for Extra Large Inverting
  • Select Save by pressing ALT+S.

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When i move my cursor down the page moves slowly and lineing comes. pls help


Go to Start
  • Then go to control panel.
  • Go to control panel (If you are using Windows XP go to settings and then select Control Panel).
  • In the control Panel there will be mouse icon (For mouse settings).
  • Click it.
  • Then select, in the Window that opens, pointer options
  • On the top you can adjust the speed of the mouse pointer.
Feel free to play with the settings to get desired results.
If the speed of the mouse pointer is not adjusted with above directions consider using a good Anti Virus to scan and clean your computer.

Nov 30, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I want to change my cursor


here is the tips to change cursor in xp

  • Open the Control Panel by clicking Start, Settings, Control Panel.
  • Click the "Mouse Icon."
  • In the Mouse Properties window that appears, click the Pointers tab.
  • In the area under where it says "Scheme," choose a pointer scheme from the drop-down list.
  • There are quite a few Pointer Themes to choose
  • Click Apply
  • OK to make the change effective

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Somehow, I managed to widen my on-screen cursor in Windows XP. I don't like it but I don't know how I got there and I want to revert to the slimmer version.


Open XP's control panel. Find the icon, (Picture of a mouse) & double left click on it. Mouse Properties window will open. Under Scheme, make sure the window reads, Windows Default (system scheme).
Under Customize: choose the pointer you prefer to use.

Cheers!
Mike

Oct 01, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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How can I stop cursor from moving to new location on its own in XP how can I remove and reload the touch pad driver on a Dell Inspiron 1525 running xp Pro sp3? I also have the original Vista still...


Oh man!...
First, the mouse:
[Control Panel]
[Mouse]
[Pointer Options] tab
uncheck "Automatically move pointer to the default button..."

TouchPad:
Right-click [My Computer]
[Manage]
[Device Manager]
open the +Mice and other pointing devices
Right-click on your touchpad entry (if you can't tell which one, pick one - no harm will come)
You can update driver...
or you can uninstall it and WINDOWS WILL RE_INSTALL IT>

Let us know the outcome ... and how many seconds it took to fix...


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How to fix the size of cursor?


Go to start menu,
then control panel,
click on the mouse icon,
click on the pointers tab,
on the first option listed as Sheme you will find a variety of choices that will change the size and (to a limited degree) the color of the cursor.
Such as Windows Black (Large Sheme) or (Extra Large Sheme).
Hope this helps.

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I have an acer netbook and occasionally i get a weird symbol when i move my cursor. it's almost like a bullseye. it pauses my cursor until it goes away and then in can continue. what is this?


This is a custom cursor that has been setup by either:

A program on your computer
A custom cursor program like free cursors or something.

Check you computer for programs like "smiley cursors" or check the windows control panel and open Mouse settings to see if you have any custom pointers.

It is possible that.. instead of an hourglass.. somebody, or a program has set a custom pointer for your mouse.

The pointer changes to an hourglass in any windows setup by default when it wants you to wait for something that is happening in the background to finish processing.

Check for spyware and viruses as well.. customer cursor websites are great at getting people to install them and you get infected sometimes.

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In windows xp go into start menu, then into control panel then click on appearance and themes, then move your mouse over to mouse pointers click on it , uncheck "enhance pointer precision, and click apply, that will stop the mouse from acting crazy, this will work with dell mouse pointers and most.

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