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please let me know that how to fix it when the cursor disappears in windows 10. i am facing some issues in this. help me.
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There are several potential causes for a constantly disappearing cursor, opening up many possible treatments. The cursor may not function at all or may vanish in specific circumstances. The mouse buttons may work even when the pointer is concealed.
Some users have reported seeing the mouse cursor vanish in the following scenarios:
To identify the issue and find a solution, follow these steps to repair it. The quickest and easiest to try is arranged first: When you find a solution that works for you, start at the top and work your way down.
Step 1: If your mouse is wired, disconnect it from the computer and re-plug it, possibly using a different USB port. When using a wireless mouse, please remove the attachment from the USB port, turn the mouse off, plug it back in, wait a minute, and then turn it on again.
Step 2: Reestablishing the connection with Windows and getting the cursor to function again may require this action.
Step 3: If this does not work for a wireless mouse, you can attempt to configure the wireless mouse as a new device.
Step 4: Turn your computer back on. The next quickest fix for a disappearing cursor is to try this.
Step 5: When no cursor is visible, you can quickly accomplish this by using Win+D to open the desktop and Alt+F4 to get the shutdown options.
Step 6: Use Windows Update to check for updates. Before proceeding to the more detailed troubleshooting procedures below, this is among the first things you should attempt. Microsoft may release an update to address issues with your mouse or a known problem with the mouse cursor disappearing.
Step 7: The simplest way to get there is to type "Check for updates" into the search bar.
Step 8: Use the built-in troubleshooter for devices. It's simple to go there without a mouse; press Win+R to bring up the Run box and type the following command:
msdt.exe -id DeviceDiagnostic
Step 9: To look for hardware problems, follow the instructions on the screen.
Step 10: If your laptop has a physical button to turn off the pointer or mouse, it could have been disabled by Windows, another program, or even by accident.
Step 11: Depending on the reason it's not visible, we have several recommendations:
On a laptop, look for a switch next to the touchpad or use one of the function keys, such as F6 or F9 (you may have to hold down the Fn key while selecting the key). Look at your laptop's keyboard for any hints as to which button operates the touchpad.
Examine the laptop's integrated mouse settings. Use the search box next to the Start button to look for Touchpad settings. Once it's open, highlight the button at the top by repeatedly pressing the Tab key. To refresh Windows' connection to it, use the Spacebar to toggle it off and then back on.
Launch Run (Win+R), type control mouse, use the right arrow key to navigate to the Device Settings tab (if you see it, it may have a different name for you), and select Enable.
Have Windows reinstall the mouse or touchpad driver after uninstalling it. If an incompatible or incorrect device driver is the cause of the disappearing cursor, doing this will repair it.