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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
hi my curser keeps flickering and vanishing any ideas as to why this is happening?
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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banned#1
you might get more help with a better title lol

more info needed. flickering in windows, linux, on the internet, in word. Where?
#2
I suspect one's eyesight is going. Do you agree Dr.?
#3
Does this continue after a re boot
#4
just on the internet
#5
Check your mouse usb is plugged in all the way.
banned#6
what browser? when did it start? all webpages?
banned#7
usb mouse? wireless mouse?
#8
If you look around away from the computer does everything else also flicker? If so, you're blinking. When everything disappears, you've closed your eyes :-D

If you're not blinking and haven't closed your eyes then this link may help:

http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080310052521AAHwXAH
#9
hilarious fireball but sorted now cheers just finished my poker game so restarted my computer and now its fine cheers anyways
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Too late to be of any use now, but for future reference, this usually happens when there is something going on in the background on your PC.

When your PC doesn't want you to do anything (because it's busy) it 'hides' the cursor. However, with the speed at which PCs work & with the ability of CPUs to multitask these busy periods are very short, hence the flickering.

You can always check in Task manager to see what's happening.
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cis_groupie
Too late to be of any use now, but for future reference, this usually happens when there is something going on in the background on your PC.

When your PC doesn't want you to do anything (because it's busy) it 'hides' the cursor. However, with the speed at which PCs work & with the ability of CPUs to multitask these busy periods are very short, hence the flickering.

You can always check in Task manager to see what's happening.


cheers for info rep added

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