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Windows 7: Microsoft Service Causing Permanent "Spinning Wheel" Cursor

14 Aug 2015   #11

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit SP 1

No luck with Brink's guide, unfortunately. I followed his instructions to perform a clean startup, but the spinning mouse remains.

I also tried starting up with all services enabled (on a lark). No luck there either.

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 Microsoft Service Causing Permanent "Spinning Wheel" Cursor

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