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Under Control Panel, go to Mouse. Click on Pointers at the top. Adjust as desired.

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Locate your Corsur In Windows 7


To turn on the Cursor feature in Windows 7, go to your desktop and RIGHT CLICK on the DESKTOP displayed and in the drop down window CLICK on PERSONALIZE and when the next window opens CLICK on CHANGE MOUSE POINTER. Then on the next window select POINTER OPTIONS tab. Next put a check mark in SHOW LOCATION OF POINTER and click OK.
Now when you press CTL, a circle will flash briefly to show you where the cursor is.

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Please open the Ease of Access Center by going to:
Start - Control Panel - Ease of Access - Ease of Access Center
Then proceed to the 'Make the mouse easier to use' settings.
You can then choose a variety of different mouse cursor displays.
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When I type my cursor continually jumps around to different lines


Well, you could try this...
Go to Start>Controlpanel>mouse>pointer options. At that page tick "Hide pointer whilw typing"
Hope it works for you:)

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Go to COntrol panel. Take the option mouse then choose pointer option. From the drop down menu choose windows default.

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This happens to me also. Check whether the touchpad is enabled (laptops do have an option of enabling / disabling the touchpad). Secondly, you can try reinstalling the touchpad driver. Uninstall and then re-install the driver. Re-boot the system. Try using the touchpad.

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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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How can i change my mouse cursor??(flower)to the normal pointer just the arrow one..


ok fallow these steps
clike start menu>settings>control panel>mouse>pointer>go to scheme and select none and apply changes.

your mouse cursor will become normal.

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gaurav rajput

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Mouse cursor moving by itself


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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