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CS:GO mouse on sec. Monitor

niclas2112
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Hello,

since a while when im playing csgo i can see my Mouse on my second Monitor and it is fully funtional so somtimes 

When im clicking im tapping out. Also a havend changed my parts or my operating system 

I am Using a RX470 and Win 7

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6 minutes ago, niclas2112 said:

Hello,

since a while when im playing csgo i can see my Mouse on my second Monitor and it is fully funtional so somtimes 

When im clicking im tapping out. Also a havend changed my parts or my operating system 

I am Using a RX470 and Win 7

Are you playing in windowed borderless or, fullscreen mode?

Because windowed borderless can have problems like that though, it's rare in my experience.

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Maybe you've seen this already but there was a Reddit post about this: Link

Maybe it can help.

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I allready reed (overflew) it and can't find any real solution

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1 minute ago, niclas2112 said:

I allready reed (overflew) it and can't find any real solution

You could try setting it to windowed mode and use Borderless gaming to make it fullscreen.

It captures the mouse when it goes fullscreen so, it might work for ya.

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failed again sry 

but i can still move my mouse in and out of csgo like on my desktop

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6 minutes ago, niclas2112 said:

failed again sry 

but i can still move my mouse in and out of csgo like on my desktop

Hm, have you tried reinstalling it and all that?

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but i tried to fix the fiels a fiew times and eveytime it is a failed detail

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I reinstalled CSGo but the problem ist still there do u know any other way to fix it ?

 

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Well, you could try using this software:

Dual Monitor Tools

 

If that doesn't help then, I'm not sure what to say. Since this hasn't happened before, it could be a driver or an update issue.

If you have a spare HDD or, are able to make a VM you could try a fresh reinstall of Windows and see if it still happens.

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okay thanks for the help i try to use the softweare and i still use Windows 7 so i wanted to upgrade later on with my pc so that wuld be my next soulution.

And i got the next idea while playing my mose flicks sometimes in the middle of the game on my crosshair center.even if it is on my main monitor

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I know razer synapse has been known to cause this issue specifically in CSGO. If you are using it try turning it off and running CSGO

Processor: i7 7700k@Stock GPU: GTX 1080 MSI Armor OC  Mobo: Asus Prime Z270-A RAM: Corsair LPX 16GB 3200 MHz CPU Cooler: be quiet! Dark Rock 3 SSD: Sandisk Ultra 2 960GB Case: Phanteks P400s PSU: Gigabyte B700H Monitor: AOC G2460PF 1080p 144Hz Mouse: Logitech G900 Keyboard: Corsair Strafe w/ MX Blues

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