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CURSOR SIZE AND SPEED

The cursor is too small and moves too fast.

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Go to START> Control Panel > Mice and adjust the size and speed through that. If you have installed MouseWare, you can adjust the cursor controls through there as well.

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Posted on May 07, 2008

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