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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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Go to control panel and select mouse then go to pointers window and select anyone you need

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