Question I have two mouse cursors.

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Hey there everyone,

I'm having a severe problem with my mouse cursor. Sometimes, when I start my PC, the cursor on the screen will ONLY SHOW on my main monitor. If I move the cursor to another monitor, the cursor "sticks" to my main monitor, and the secondary monitors have an invisible cursor. Additionally, I occasionally have two mouse cursors randomly. I first noticed the issue after a whole bunch of changes on my PC via updating drivers, uninstalling old programs, etc. I want to know if anyone can google-fu a solution because I cannot seem to find one. Thank you for your time.

Note: I have already tried re-installing, from fresh, my graphics drivers.

Specs:
  • 2070 RTX
  • H270-Gaming 3 Gigabyte board
  • Intel Core i7 7700
  • Windows 10
  • 16 GB RAM
  • SSD and HDD
 
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what mouse have you got? Did you have to install any software to use it?

have you extended the desktop so windows sees both desktops as just one? https://support.microsoft.com/en-au/help/4340331/windows-10-set-up-dual-monitors

are both cursors on same screen?
https://superuser.com/questions/904072/why-do-i-now-have-two-active-mouse-cursors-and-how-do-i-get-rid-of-the-second-o
I've got a Corsair Harpoon wireless. It uses iCUE, a software. When iCUE is not initialized, the error still occurs. The monitors are not duplicated, as I can move programs around the monitors. Both cursors tend to appear on the main monitor.
 
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For anyone google searching down the line, it was one of two things. I stopped Realtek Audio program from running at startup, and I disabled iCUE's dashboard overlay. Problem solved after a restart.
 

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