Knowledgebase: CursorFX
I’m having problems, and I think CursorFX is causing them. How do I check?
Posted by - NA - on 07 October 2005 03:35 PM

Press Ctrl+Shift+C to disable CursorFX and repeat whatever isn’t working.

If that does not help, try uninstalling CursorFX, set your cursor back to the default(through the Windows control panel if necessary), and reboot your PC.

If it still isn’t working, CursorFX is unlikely to be the problem.


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