I'll first state my problem; whenever I'm typing in the Vista UI, Office 2007 and Photoshop, the cursor dissapears. This is a tiny little issue that won't cause any deads but it's annoying the heck out of me. Whenever I type a letter in e.g: the Start menu searchbox, the cursor dissappears for a tiny fraction of a second when I push the key on the keyboard. Then it shows itself again. If I should type 'Applejuice' in the box it would blink for a very short time 10 times, while pushing the corresponding key and thus typing the letter.
This problem does not occur while using Mozilla's Firefox. I know there is a checkbox in the options panel > mouse and pointer settings > 'Hide cursor while typing' but that's unchecked!
I could easily carry on but that little thing is just making myself pull my hair out, I often need to go search my cursor and so on. I assure you; it wasn't like that before I installed a Tablet Pen driver. Since then, my whole PC has been acting as if it was a Tablet-PC. I just hooked on a Wacom graphic illustration tablet.
Just calm down man and don't listen to the dude above you. The problem your are having is not actually a problem for the most of the people and its also a windows feature which hides your cursor so you can type without annoyance, so if you don't like it you can easily disable that feature by going into=
Control panel> Hardware and sound> Mouse
Then click the pointer options tab and uncheck the option "hide pointer while typing" in the visibility box.