Why is my cursor not appearing?

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Hello,
I have an Acer 2 in 1 laptop/tablet that runs on Windows 10. Today I turned it on and it said it was installing some updates. After that, it normally started operating, but my cursor had disappeared. I have tried peeking around all of the settings and looking at countless sites, but no solutions have seemed to work. I understand that this is a community site and obviously you can't know exactly what's wrong but I would really appreciate it if you could try.
Thanks.
 

Maurizio Troso

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Hello,
I have an Acer 2 in 1 laptop/tablet that runs on Windows 10. Today I turned it on and it said it was installing some updates. After that, it normally started operating, but my cursor had disappeared. I have tried peeking around all of the settings and looking at countless sites, but no solutions have seemed to work. I understand that this is a community site and obviously you can't know exactly what's wrong but I would really appreciate it if you could try.
Thanks.

Try that: Windows key (menu should appear, then using cursors keys)-> Start -> Log out -> Reboot , press Enter
 

Chintan Gohel

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Hello,
I have an Acer 2 in 1 laptop/tablet that runs on Windows 10. Today I turned it on and it said it was installing some updates. After that, it normally started operating, but my cursor had disappeared. I have tried peeking around all of the settings and looking at countless sites, but no solutions have seemed to work. I understand that this is a community site and obviously you can't know exactly what's wrong but I would really appreciate it if you could try.
Thanks.

your device, does it have a detachable keyboard? Can you remove it and reattach it? I sometimes get issues with the cursor not being there but I reattach my surface cover and it works again

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