Mouse cursor is invisible in Illustrator

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I recently got a Surface 4 running Windows 10. Just downloaded AI and my mouse cursor is completely invisible when hovering anywhere in the program.

 

Any help is much appreciated.

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https://www.minitool.com/news/fix-mouse-cursor-disappears-win-surface-chrome.html Fix Mouse Cursor Disappears on Windows 10 If you have the Show location of pointer feature on your computer, you can just press the Ctrl key on the keyboard to make the mouse pointer appear on your computer. If the above method doesn’t work, you can do these things to have a try: 1. Update the drivers for mouse and other pointing devices. You can go to the Device Manager to do this job. 2. If you are using a wire...

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Fix Mouse Cursor Disappears on Windows 10

If you have the Show location of pointer feature on your computer, you can just press the Ctrl key on the keyboard to make the mouse pointer appear on your computer.

If the above method doesn’t work, you can do these things to have a try:

1. Update the drivers for mouse and other pointing devices. You can go to the Device Manager to do this job.

2. If you are using a wireless mouse, you need to make sure that the battery is OK. Disconnect and disconnect the mouse to check whether the mouse pointer appears.

3. Go to Control Panel > Mouse > Pointer Options and uncheck Hide pointer while typing. Then, you can go to see whether the mouse cursor appears.

4. Run Antivirus software to rule out the virus issue.

5. Run Hardware Troubleshooter.

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