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Windows 7: Mouse Pointer has become too large

02 Jun 2010   #31
regzgz

Win 7
 
 
Big Mouse!

I'm glad to see some of you guys are lucky with the big mouse problem, I have try to get rid of the whole mess since CCC 9.XX
I'm running now the latest drivers CCC 10.5 and still having the same issue, but this time is worst. The mouse changes all the time at random and its worse when using google earth, is just impossible.

I have updated my BIOS to the latest (msi-7388/K9A2 CF v2 BIOS: 1C0 ).
Changed to a different mouse from MS gaming mouse to Logitech G5
I have a HD 5770 by Sapphire, they have no clue why this happens and probably will RMA the card... I was able to fix the flash video problem by disabling hardware acceleration to b able to watch youtube videos full screen.
If anybody has any other alternative, please let me know!!


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03 Jun 2010   #32
VulcanSoulPatch

Win7 Pro x64
 
 

I was fine with CCC 10.3b, but then I upgraded to 10.4 and it has come back with a vengeance. Still haven't had the opp to flash the BIOS, so I know that is an issue. Maybe you want to try going back to CCC 10.3b... I think I will until I have the time to flash.
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03 Jun 2010   #33
regzgz

Win 7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by VulcanSoulPatch View Post
I was fine with CCC 10.3b, but then I upgraded to 10.4 and it has come back with a vengeance. Still haven't had the opp to flash the BIOS, so I know that is an issue. Maybe you want to try going back to CCC 10.3b... I think I will until I have the time to flash.
Well, at least you have a choice, all the CCC releases since I got the card (9.X) got the same problem, I'm contemplating to RMA the freaking card at this point...
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