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12-Feb-2003, 04:14 PM #1
Mouse Cursor
For months I have been having problems with my cursor turning into a black square. It doesn't matter when one I use, the pointer arrow always changes to a black square when it feels like doing it.
I have to restart my computer to get it back to normal (it's a pain) everytime. I can't figure out what and why it does this...Can you please help...
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12-Feb-2003, 04:35 PM #2
I would consider going to the manufacture's website and download the latest driver (if they have a newer one) and then update your driver for you mouse.
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23-Feb-2003, 11:41 PM #3
Angry mouse cursor problems
I am glad to see that someone else is having this problem and not just me. I am having the same problem with my cursor. I have a Logitech cordless scrolling mouse. This has been an ongoing problem since I have purchase the computer almost 8 months ago. I have upgraded mouseware and still this has not stopped the problem. Computer tech where I purchased my computer is completely stumped. He has installed 2 motherboards and has wiped my computer clean 3 times thinking it could be a virus. Still the black box reappears. If there is someone with any idears please let me know. This is a very frustrating problem!
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