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Mouse icon on screen wiggles around on its own

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This problem commonly arises when the Laser mouse is kept on a plain or some unlikely surface. Use a mouse pad. Your problem is solved.

Posted on Aug 01, 2013

Testimonial: "I was using a mouse pad when the problem started. New batteries did not help. Turning the mouse off and back on was a temporary fix. When I exchange mice between my laptop and my desktop the problem stopped."

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I have a Toshiba laptop Satellite lAptopC-55-B5298 8.1


On a Windows 8 machine you have two places to put an icon for a program.

1. The start menu on windows 8 which is the first set of icons you see.

2. The Desktop, which is like the Windows 7 desktop and you put a shortcut here.
This is easy to do as you right click with the mouse and pick "new" then "shortcut".
Then pick browse and pick out the program file you want to run when the icon is pressed.
Then press "OK" and it is stored on the desktop.

On the start menu you have to go to the bottom of the icons to the down arrow.
Press the down arrow and it will take you to the "Apps", which is the list of installed program.
Then scroll sideways to the right until you see the program you want on the screen.
Pick the icon of the program you want on the start menu, with the right hand key of the mouse.
On the menu that pops up, pick "pin to start menu", and its done.
You can re-arrange the icons on the start menu by dragging them around with the mouse.

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How do i get icons at bottom screen in i mac


If you want to add the application icons to the bottom of the screen (or Dock) there are a couple of ways to do this.

1.) Open a window in Finder and go to 'Applications', simply drag the application you want to appear in the Dock toward the bottom of the screen and release when the app icon is where you want it to be.

2.) Launch the application you want to appear in the Dock. When the app is running, the icon will appear in the Dock on the right side, to make it stay there even when you quit the app, simply right-click (if mouse supports it) or control click and from the pop-up select 'Options' and chose 'Keep in Dock'.

You can move the icons around in the Dock by click and holding on them and dragging them around to the location you want... and to remove an icon from the Dock just drag it off the Dock into the main area of the screen and release.

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Mouse icon on screen wiggles about on its own making it impossible to use


This problem commonly arises when the Laser mouse is kept on a plain or some unlikely surface. Use a mouse pad. Your problem is solved.

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External Mouse or Touchpad? Try this, unplug, remove battery, plug in, reboot. Any change?

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The mouse cursor icon is stuck on the screen and won't move around, but I'm still able to highlight things without knowing where the mouse is going. How do I get the mouse icon to work and start moving...


Right click the Rise of Nations display icon, go to 'Properties' and go to 'open file location'.
Look for a '.ini' file called 'Rise2' - double click it to open it up.
You will see this about mid way through the list that then pops up:
ForceHardwareCursor=0
ForceGDICursor=0
ForceBWCursor=0
ForceStaticCursor=0
change all of the 0's into 1 - then go to file, save. This should fix any issues you have with the mouse not working properly.

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Desktop icons shift off the screen to the left. how do i receneter them


Right click on the main menu of the main screen then move your mouse over to where it says "arrange icons by" tab, another tab will pop out then untick the auto arragne icons then you can freely move your icons around.

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Problems with my icons in deskop


this suggests the select all command is stuck on Right click the mouse against each icon and the screen overall and check the individual settings

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