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For some odd reason, when using Gmail on my Asus Win10 laptop, I cannot see the cursor.

So I can't see where I am when writing emails.

This does not happen on any other device, using the Gmail webmail site. 

It happens after clean installing the OS, and I've done this several times.

Is this an Asus thing?


Thanks

 

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Might be your mouse and her/its contacts?

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Change the mouse settings - control panel

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Maybe not related to the OP but Gmail App on my Samsung J7 android phone is always failing and I get the message  "Gmail has stopped working".

 

The phone is regularly updated so I don't think that "updates" are the reason.   

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15 hours ago, AussieBob18 said:

Change the mouse settings - control panel

First try. Other pointer/color.

From the OP it sounds as if the cursor is visible in other windows?

Which browser do you use?

Have you tried another browser? (I understand you use the Gmail website on your laptop?).

The obvious shooting to the dark:

check/update mouse driver

check/update browser and Win10

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What I have overlooked:

you seem to refer to the "hair cursor" only (which appears when typing) and not to the regular mouse cursor?

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thanks for the info

This only happens using Edge in Win10, on my new Asus laptop.

No other PC has ever had this problem.

Everything else works fine.

I'll see if I can change the cursor design.


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