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Try to set up quick sync (Intel) 2 mouse cursors on the display.

I just want my Intel 4600 working so I can get more performance from my CPU, so I turn on quick sync. And the problem is I got 2 mouse cursors. The "clone" cursor is located on the top left of the monitor. I can't capture image because it did not show the cursors. Please help me. Thanks
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  1. Unless you are compressing video(with a supported program) Quick Sync does nothing for your system performance.

    You should get the latest drivers from the system/motherboard makers website to see if it fixes the 2 mouse cursor issue.
  2. nukemaster said:
    Unless you are compressing video(with a supported program) Quick Sync does nothing for your system performance.

    You should get the latest drivers from the system/motherboard makers website to see if it fixes the 2 mouse cursor issue.


    Yes I do those stuff, and I use asus VI compact, I also updated the driver to latest. Still haven't figure out why this is happen
  3. So the onboard is the only video you are using?

    Maybe try the Intel website to see if they have a newer version of the driver.

    Strange problem that I have never seen mentioned.
  4. nukemaster said:
    So the onboard is the only video you are using?

    Maybe try the Intel website to see if they have a newer version of the driver.

    Strange problem that I have never seen mentioned.


    I have a discrete graphic card (780) and I try to turn on quick sync (i7-4771)
  5. Best answer
    Are you using something like Virtu. Quick sync only tends to work when you are using the onboard video.

    Are you encoding videos on this system?

    If you are connected to the 780, you may need to get drivers for that from the Nvidia website.
  6. I have this issue also, using a discrete GTX580 and onboard Intel. I have turned on the onboard GFX adapter QuickSync (using the method here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4T-sestGXNs) to take some of the load off the CPU for Steam In Home streaming.

    I'm guessing the additional cursor is because the onboard GFX thinks it needs to draw a cursor as well. Anybody have any ideas of any way to stop it doing that?
  7. Right down the placing in off the the corner to keep the mouse from slipping off screen to easy.

    That is exactly what I did for steam in home streaming.

    I have the older HD Graphics 3000 and have still not run into this issue(tried with an actual monitor on the onboard as well as the fake VGA).
  8. I found the solution. This is what you need to do:

    1. Click on detect
    2. Select the Intel HD graphics
    3. Be sure to click on the FIRST "Try to connect anyway on: VGA"
    4. Extend displays

    That solved it for me. Hope it helps!

    ~GameShine
  9. I have this problem (with HD 3000) - but if I move my cursor into the Quicksync designated monitor (e.g. to the bottom right corner) then the cloned cursor on my primary display disappears :) Sometimes it does come back after awhile, but then I just repeat to make it go away again.

    @GameShine's suggetion didn't work for me. If I try to select the first "Try to connect anyway on: VGA" option then I get an error message when I click Apply "Unable to save display settings". It only works if I select the 2nd VGA option.

    I wonder if the problem is caused by Virtu MVP? I have Lucidlogix Virtu MVP 2.0 installed but it's disabled.
  10. GameShine said:
    I found the solution. This is what you need to do:

    1. Click on detect
    2. Select the Intel HD graphics
    3. Be sure to click on the FIRST "Try to connect anyway on: VGA"
    4. Extend displays

    That solved it for me. Hope it helps!

    ~GameShine



    Thanks bro that helped me with my issue!!!
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