#StackBounty: #windows #windows-10 Cursor flickering and jumping to bottom left corner

Bounty: 50

I am using Windows 10 and over the past few days, I have been facing a strange problem. My cursor randomly starts to blink and goes to the bottom left corner of the screen and automatically clicks on the Search bar.

I searched online about this problem and a forum recommended disabling the search bar. I made this change but my problem still persists. The cursor now goes to the same spot, but instead of clicking on the Search bar, it now clicks on Task View.

This is happening repeatedly and I do not know how to fix this. I have also tried restarting my computer several times.

How can I fix this?


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#StackBounty: #windows #windows-10 Mouse flickering and cursor jumping to bottom left corner

Bounty: 50

I am using Windows 10 and over the past few days, I have been facing a strange problem. My cursor randomly starts to blink and goes to the bottom left corner of the screen and automatically clicks on the Search bar. I searched online about this problem and one of the forums recommended disabling the search bar. So I did exactly that.

But my problem still persists. The cursor now goes to the same spot, but instead of clicking on the search bar, it now clicks on Task view.

This is happening repeatedly and I do not know how to fix this. I have also tried restarting my computer several times.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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#StackBounty: #windows-10 #windows-firewall #telemetry Does Windows Firewall fully blocks Windows Telemetry

Bounty: 50

I am running Windows 10 pro updated. I delete all the telemetric services and all the scheduled tasks (except defragment). With some digging I make a list of telemetric executable files and block them in firewall. Is Windows firewall sufficient to block Windows telemetry fully and forever ??


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#StackBounty: #windows-10 #google-chrome #dialog Chrome's modal dialog box stuck off screen. How to move it back permanently?

Bounty: 50

Google Chrome throws up a modal dialog box once in a while. This is the box put up by js’s alert() function.

Installing an extension also puts it up. So does this very Stack Exchange website if I hit “back” while writing a post like this one.

It’s modal, so the browser’s UI (the whole browser window, not just the current tab) is frozen while the dialog box is up.

My problem: the dialog box is off screen for me. I can hit <esc> to dismiss it. I can hit <tab> <enter> to accept it. But I can’t see it. The dialog box isn’t represented in the Windows taskbar as a separate window, so I can’t do the old Move trick to move it back onscreen.

I’ve tried obvious stuff like reinstalling the browser.

How do I get this dialog box to be visible again?


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#StackBounty: #windows-10 #google-chrome #dialog Chrome's modal dialog box stuck off screen. How to move it back permanently?

Bounty: 50

Google Chrome throws up a modal dialog box once in a while. This is the box put up by js’s alert() function.

Installing an extension also puts it up. So does this very Stack Exchange website if I hit “back” while writing a post like this one.

It’s modal, so the browser’s UI (the whole browser window, not just the current tab) is frozen while the dialog box is up.

My problem: the dialog box is off screen for me. I can hit <esc> to dismiss it. I can hit <tab> <enter> to accept it. But I can’t see it. The dialog box isn’t represented in the Windows taskbar as a separate window, so I can’t do the old Move trick to move it back onscreen.

I’ve tried obvious stuff like reinstalling the browser.

How do I get this dialog box to be visible again?


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#StackBounty: #windows-10 #google-chrome #dialog Chrome's modal dialog box stuck off screen. How to move it back permanently?

Bounty: 50

Google Chrome throws up a modal dialog box once in a while. This is the box put up by js’s alert() function.

Installing an extension also puts it up. So does this very Stack Exchange website if I hit “back” while writing a post like this one.

It’s modal, so the browser’s UI (the whole browser window, not just the current tab) is frozen while the dialog box is up.

My problem: the dialog box is off screen for me. I can hit <esc> to dismiss it. I can hit <tab> <enter> to accept it. But I can’t see it. The dialog box isn’t represented in the Windows taskbar as a separate window, so I can’t do the old Move trick to move it back onscreen.

I’ve tried obvious stuff like reinstalling the browser.

How do I get this dialog box to be visible again?


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#StackBounty: #windows-10 #google-chrome #dialog Chrome's modal dialog box stuck off screen. How to move it back permanently?

Bounty: 50

Google Chrome throws up a modal dialog box once in a while. This is the box put up by js’s alert() function.

Installing an extension also puts it up. So does this very Stack Exchange website if I hit “back” while writing a post like this one.

It’s modal, so the browser’s UI (the whole browser window, not just the current tab) is frozen while the dialog box is up.

My problem: the dialog box is off screen for me. I can hit <esc> to dismiss it. I can hit <tab> <enter> to accept it. But I can’t see it. The dialog box isn’t represented in the Windows taskbar as a separate window, so I can’t do the old Move trick to move it back onscreen.

I’ve tried obvious stuff like reinstalling the browser.

How do I get this dialog box to be visible again?


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#StackBounty: #windows-10 #audio broken line out port, jack retasking

Bounty: 50

My speakers jack is broken. I have 5 more onboard rear jacks at my motherboard (M3N78-VM), inlcuding line in.

I have VIA HD Audio vanilla Windows drivers.
All front panel jacks are already broken too.

How do I play speakers to another jack? I need jack retasking

Looking for any solution, any driver / software can do this?


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#StackBounty: #windows #windows-10 #google-chrome Protocol settings open along with Chrome

Bounty: 50

As of recent, every time I open chrome, this window pops up:
This opens along with chrome
The default application for protocols window annoyingly pops up. How do I fix this?

Edit: I’ve tried deleting the cache, but this window still pops up. I’ve also tried setting the default browser to another browser nd setting it back to Chrome. This issue still persists. What do I do?


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#StackBounty: #windows #windows-10 #browser #windows-registry #file-association Default app for a bunch of URL Protocols controlled by …

Bounty: 50

I was trying to setup my PC to open FTP and File urls in IE and everything else browser-related (http/https/html etc) in Chrome.

I’ve hit a snag – after manipulating just about every single registry key I can find relating to default apps.

From what I can tell, the app that is handling “.htm” file type opens ALL the other types and protocols as well – regardless of their default app settings!

Is this by design? Are you not allowed to have different apps open different protocols/file types? If so, what’s the point of the default apps system?

Can anyone shed some light on this?


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