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i am able to move my cursor off the screen to the left. When i try on the other sides i can still see the tip or side of the cursor. i recently installed a new video card could that be the problem? How can i fix this plz help.
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Hi gawsed.
I don't know if this will help you or not.
(I don't even know if us ametuers are allowed to give 'advice')

Have you tried going to CONTROL PANEL and then right click OPEN on MOUSE?
There is a heading called POINTERS and POINTER OPTIONS.

Did you check through that to see if anything would help with your curser problem?

Is a curser and a pointer different?
Maybe a curser is the the blinking line before we write and a pointer is the arrow?
I think I am getting SLEEPLY! :tazz:

Even if they are different, and I am thinking they are, there might be helpful information in the MOUSE area.
If not, I will delete this ADVICE! ;) ;) :)


Sincerely, Janie :)

Edited by flowergirl, 14 May 2005 - 10:00 PM.

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nothing is wrong with my cursor its just that i can scroll far off the screen. So when i play RTS games i can go left on the screen.
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