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OS Windows 10 upgraded from Windows 7 Lenovo Ideapad Z570

defrauded 1,056 47 November 13, 2015 at 06:49 AM
Since the upgrade the cursor disappears or freezes and than reappears, but the system is still working.

Is there anything I can do?

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Since the upgrade the cursor disappears or freezes and than reappears, but the system is still working.

Is there anything I can do?
First thing to do is to go to the Lenovo site and see if they have any updates for your system. Most importantly you want to be on the latest version of the bios, but look for updated/Windows 10 specific drivers as well.

Second thing to do is Google your exact model of system and Windows 10 upgrade and see if other users have experienced the same issues. If so read what they did to cure the problem.

If none of these fix the issue, and you can't live with the system, your best bet is to roll back to Windows 7 and wait a few more months. You have until the end of July to upgrade your system for free, and Microsoft is continually updating, tweaking, fixing issues and adding new drivers.
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http://answers.microsoft.com/en-u...771fecff45

1) From the desktop right-click on the start icon and then click 'Run'
2) In the Run box type in 'regedit' without the quote marks and click OK
3) this will open Windows Registry Editor, now navigate to this path by clicking on the folders in the left hand panel: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System
4) Once you have opened the system folder you should look down the list that appears in the main box to the right of the panel until you find an entry called EnableCursorSupression double click this entry
5) This will bring up a box that has a value data of 1. Change this to 0 and click OK
6)Close the registry Editor and restart your computer
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http://answers.microsoft.com/en-u...771fecff45

1) From the desktop right-click on the start icon and then click 'Run'
2) In the Run box type in 'regedit' without the quote marks and click OK
3) this will open Windows Registry Editor, now navigate to this path by clicking on the folders in the left hand panel: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System
4) Once you have opened the system folder you should look down the list that appears in the main box to the right of the panel until you find an entry called EnableCursorSupression double click this entry
5) This will bring up a box that has a value data of 1. Change this to 0 and click OK
6)Close the registry Editor and restart your computer
WOW it worked
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WOW it worked
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