Question about Computers & Internet
1) Click Start, then Click Control Panel
2) Double Click Mouse
3) Enable the cursor trail
You will be able to see your mouse, even after the original cursor freezes on screen.
Steps that can fix the problem.
This may also solve your problem. ONLY do if you are sure that you know how.
1) Right Click on MyComputer icon. Then Click Properties.
2) Click on Hardware Tab, then Click on Device Manager.
3) Uninstall your mouse AND keyboard. Connect your mouse directly to the USB.
Then reboot your computer (restart) and let the mouse reinstall automatically.
Keep your computer in shape and you will have less problem
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
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