Sudden Giant mouse pointer2021-04-20T10:54:56+01:00
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I have a problem with intermittent change in size of my mouse pointer, curser, etc. My cursor sudden giant mouse pointer. I have my settings at minimal, and at a fresh reboot they are all the correct size. Yet, for some reason, they all suddenly switch to BIG! I recheck my settings and they are all still at the minimal setting I selected. There doesn’t seem to be any apparent trigger for this change. Someone suggested that I delete the driver in Device Manager>mouse and reboot. When I checked, I found that I have 2 seamingly identical drivers. I thought I would delete both before the reboot, but it seems that Win 10 won’t let me uninstall but one at a time. The only problem is that when I delete the first one my mouse becomes unusable and I can’t control the reboot, or anything else. So, how can I uninstall both┬ádrivers and still have any control to restart?


 

And it goes to say that if this isn’t even the correct fix for my problem, can someone tell me what is?

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Hi, press the win + r keys together in the run dialogue box type:- regedit, press enter, navigate to:-

 

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\{4d36e96f-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318} and right click on it select “export” save it to desktop call it Mouse.reg. This will give us a backup should we need to restore it later.

 

Next open the attached .zip file it returns a file Mouse.reg double click on this to add to registry, allow and then reboot, should allow your Mouse settings to be OK (resets to defaults)

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At reboot the cursor is my selected small size and then something will trigger the change to the LARGE size…and, no, I have not found the trigger event.

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