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No mouse, but mouse pointer..

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I have a ghost mouse :tazz: My mouse pointer is way over there --->

But my ghost mouse ( The one I use to point / click ) is elsewhere.
I went into mouse properties, and enabled Trail Mouse, now I can see my real mouse, but the fake mouse is still in one position. =\

I can move my mouse, and my ghost mouse will come. But I can't see where it goes.
I can still click, but I just can't see the graphic 'pointer'.

I press CTRL for that radar thing to show where the ghost mouse is, so...

I'd really like this to get fixed. The only thing I remember doing is installing Direct X 9.0c
But it the mouse still worked after that.

Didn't work when I loaded Google Earth. ( It told me my graphic cards driver is outdated. )
From then on it doesn't work.

Only way to resolve this is, to restart my computer. If I log off and on it still won't work.
But when I restart my computer, it takes a butt load of time for that windows logo + bar thingie to pass by / finish. Maybe 2 minutes or something. No idea why. It also takes quite a while for me to hibernate. But loading hibernation is easy.

Thanks for any help :)!

I have lots of red X's in this:

For both System, and Application, most of the errors are "Fault Bucket"'s

Edited by Swift, 20 November 2005 - 07:02 AM.

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