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How to fix missing cursor in Windows 7, 8 and 10

Hukum96.com – Don’t get confused! How to Solve Missing Cursor in Windows 7, 8 and 10 on Laptop PC or Computing Device.

On this occasion I will give a tutorial on how to solve the missing cursor in Windows 7, 8 and 10. What does the tutorial look like? Let’s check out the story below.

Various problems common with laptop / computer cursors

There are actually many problems related to your computer laptop cursor. As I wrote earlier, I also wrote an article describing how to deal with a continuous loading cursor. And it turns out that this cursor problem is a problem that a lot of people have.

This is proven by the many responses and the number of views per day in this article. Yes, I know how important the touchpad cursor function is on your laptop.

Until one day a friend asked how he could fix the missing cursor on his laptop.

When I found this out, it turned out that the problem he was facing was pretty simple but confusing, especially for ordinary people. In less than 5 minutes, the previously gone cursor was back to normal.

Then how do I deal with the suddenly disappearing cursor? Well here is the answer!

How to fix missing cursor in Windows 7, 8 and 10

In this article I will provide 3 simple tutorials to help you solve this problem. Please listen carefully, if it doesn’t work please follow the next steps.

Method 1: using the function keys

Dealing with the first missing cursor is actually quite simple, just using the function keys. By the way, using this method on my friend’s laptop worked right away.

The function keys that can be used in this process are actually different. Different manufacturers, then different function keys are used. The point is, you can combine multiple buttons like FN + F8 or any other combination, basically use FN + F1 to F12. If you’re still confused, look out for the logo or icon on each function button. Select the function key with Cursor logo or hands to find the best formula.

The keys I recommend are usually marked with the index finger logo.

2. Check the cursor / pointer settings

The next way to deal with a missing cursor is to make sure that your pointer settings are correct or not. Checking your current pointer settings is certainly very easy.

However, additional devices are required to move your pointer like a mouse. If you have a mouse installed, you can follow the tutorial below!

  • Search button Switchboard
  • Please select on this page Hardware and sound
  • On the menu devices and printer Please select mouse
  • Then a new pop-up will appear and please select the tab Option pointer
  • Then uncheck the box Hide pointers as you type like the picture below

How to fix missing cursor

  • Then click OK to save

Now how? Has everything worked so far? If not, let’s move on to the last method!

3. Reinstall or update the cursor / pointer driver

If you feel that you are right if you follow the step by step I have given but still fail. The final step in overcoming the cursor not showing up is to reinstall or update your cursor driver.

How one?

The method is pretty simple, you just need to access some of the URLs below by changing your device type. After a successful download, please install it as usual!

Brand nameUrl
Asushttps://goo.gl/CixXgZ
Acerhttps://goo.gl/cFhfTm
Axioohttps://goo.gl/3ErPXz
Toshibahttps://goo.gl/36J5yq
Dellhttps://goo.gl/MuAvKF
mobilehttps://goo.gl/XRbgec
Zyrexhttps://goo.gl/Fxoebz
Sonyhttps://goo.gl/apcdLj
Lenovohttps://goo.gl/6YAAHx
Compaqhttps://goo.gl/ut6ARg

The last word

What about the tutorial I gave you? Still confused on how to solve the missing cursor on your laptop and computer? If you are still confused and your cursor still doesn’t want to appear, feel free to write your question in the comments column.

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