Most Easiest Way to Found Mouse Cursor When It's Lost

Monday, 12 September 2016

Most Easiest Way to Found Mouse Cursor When It's Lost

Posted by Rahul Gupta
Sometimes it happens when we move our mouse, the cursor appears nowhere on the screen. While sometimes it conceals with the background. Apart from these, there are many issues which may be the cause of your cursor freezing. 
Find Mouse Curson When It Is Lost
If your system possesses Windows eight operating system, then there are the bunch of problems with the mouse drivers as it might not have been installed or updated successfully when developers rolled over their updates. In such a situation, no need to get frustrated. Just calm down and follow this simple tips given below.

Solution #1

To make your cursor visible, you need to press a Ctrl key on your keyboard. Once you click on it, your mouse pointer will be highlighted with a circle and you can easily find out where it is actually right now. For that, you must enable an option from mouse settings. To enable this feature, just follow these steps:
  • At First, open Start Menu.
  • Now go to Control Panel. 
  • Under the Mouse click on Mouse Properties. 
  • Now navigate to Pointer Options. 
  • Enable the option that says, “Show location of pointer when I press the CTRL key.” 
  • Just click on “Apply” and “OK.”
It is one of the simplest methods for which you should go at first when you encounter such problem.

Solution #2

Another approach if any unusual thing happens with mouse pointer is listed below:
  • Press Windows key + W to open search setting console. 
  • Now type Troubleshooting in the field and select it from the search results. 
  • Then press Hardware and Sound from the new window.
  •  Click next and the instructions will be displayed which you need to follow. 
  • After execution of all the instructions, press OK to close the troubleshooter. 
  • Reboot your device and that's it.

Solution #3

Still, if your problem is not resolved then you can follow the tips given below:
  • First, move your cursor to the right side of your screen towards Charms bar. 
  • Secondly, when the charms bar is open, click on the Search option.
  •  Now type msconfig in the search box and hit enter. Alternatively, you can use Win key+R and type msconfig in it. 
  • There you will find an option Services in the upper menu. 
  • Navigate to the Services tab and there you can see an option “Hide all Microsoft service.” Just check on it. 
  • Now go to Startup tab which is present parallel to the services tab. 
  • Then click on the option Open Task Manager.
  • A new window will pop up. Just click on startup. 
  • Disable all the options given below. 
  • Close task manager. 
  • Restart your system and you're done. Hope your error is solved now.
So these are some of the natural methods which you can implement to resolve your query. Hope you have found your solution in this article using one of the three methods mentioned above.


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