How to Fix Cursor Blinking in Windows 10

If the cursor starts blinking, then this means there is any problem in the mouse or mouse drivers. There can be other problems like antivirus software, video problems, etc. Some users are facing this error while attaching the fingerprint scanner to the computer. Do you want to fix this issue on your Windows 10 PC? Then follow the instructions mentioned in this article.

Steps to fix cursor blinking in Windows 10

·      Restarting the Windows Explorer

1.   You need to right-click on the Taskbar.

2.   Open the Task Manager.

3.   Right-click on Windows Explorer.

4.   Press on the End Task option.

5.    By going to the Task Manager, press on the File Menu.

6.   Press on the New Task option.

7.   By going to the New Task menu, enter explorer.exe.

8.   After that, press on the OK button.

·      Update Mouse and Keyboard Drivers

1.   Click on the Windows symbol and X keys together.

2.   It will launch the WinX Menu.

3.   Press on the Device Manager menu.

4.   Enlarge the Mice and other pointing devices.

5.   You need to right-click on every entry which is given below the system Mice.

6.   Press on the Update Driver option.

7.   Start the system.

8.   Check if the cursor blinking in Windows 10 is fixed or not.

·      Video Driver errors

1.   Click on the Windows symbol and X key.

2.   It will launch the WinX menu.

3.   Press on the Device Manager option.

4.   Enlarge the Sound Video and Game Controller option.

5.   You need to right-click on the video saved on the system.

6.   Press on the Update option.

7.   You need to go through the same procedure with the Display adapters.

8.   Start the system again.

·      Turn on the HP Simple Pass Feature

1.   Open the HP SimplePass.

2.   Press on the Settings option.

3.   It is located in the upper right-hand corner of the menu.

4.   Unselect LaunchSite is given below the Personal settings tab.

5.   Press on the OK button.

·      Turn off the Biometric devices

1.   Click on the Windows symbol and X keys together.

2.   It will launch the WinX menu.

3.   Press on the Device Manager menu.

4.   Enlarge the Biometric devices.

5.   You need to right-click on the biometric system device.

6.   Press on the Disable option.

·      Turn off the Antivirus software

1.   Go through the manufacturer antivirus site to get the details regarding the product.

2.   However, you should scan the computer for the antivirus latest update.

3.   In case any other activities are performing in the system, then it automatically saves the files to the hard disk drive.

Dave Hogan is a self-professed security expert; he has been making the people aware of the security threats. His passion is to write about Cyber security, cryptography, malware, social engineering, internet and new media. He writes for Norton security products at norton.com/setup.

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