FIX : Restore the Missing Cursor In Windows 8.1

Posted by Britt Duncan - January 25, 2015


Find no trace of cursor when boot into windows 8.1? Have no clue about what is going wrong? The problem persists even after you change a brand new mouse? Then, please read the fix tips below to troubleshoot your problem.

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1. Press Win+ R keys at the same time and put regedit in Run dialog box to open Registry Editor. Once seeing a Use Account Control box, click OK to proceed.

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2. Expand the following keys in the left pane carefully:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System

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3. Move to right panel and locate a item named EnableCursorSuppression as highlighted in the screenshot.

4. Double click on the item to modify its value data. On the pop-up box, set its value from 1 to 0. Click OK. Exit Registry Editor.

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That’s all it takes. Reboot the machine to check whether the problem is fixed or not.




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