Thanks for posting this info. We have replicated the behavior and are investigating it,
I'm seeing this issue as well on my brand new Dell Latitude E6230 running in dual screen configuration.
The problem seems well described here:
Please advise when a solution might be available.
Just to follow up, i installed the latest driver (188.8.131.52.2932) today, and so far i cannot reproduce the issue anymore (on Win7 at least)
Nevermind, it still happens, but it seems less obvious now.
I'm also experiencing this problem (as metioned in the linked Super User post), and it's bugging me extremely much.
I've tried just about everything. Even preventing graphics driver installations, but nothing seems to work.
Also contacted Intel Support through email, which just kept repeating it was my manufacturer's fault, or other components, or anything BUT the Intel drivers, over and over. Of course I became quite mad when I checked this post, and Intel suddenly replies like they actually care.
Please Intel, get some people on this. This might be the most annoying thing I have ever experienced on a computer, and I'm quite sure I'm not the only one.
I'm constantly forced to disconnect my 2nd monitor to get anything done.
Issue also reproduces on ASUS S400CA laptop (i5 3317U, Win 8, latest drivers from website on current moment), while connecting second monitor via HDMI. Cursor lags every time when it changes (over liks, text fields, etc).
I'm also seeing and replicating this issue. I just purchased three monitors. I have a Radeon 7850 driving two monitors via HDMI/DVI and the third monitor using the onboard Intel graphics (core i5 ivy); even tried running two monitors for the onboard and one on the discrete. This is on a Z77 chipset (Gigabyte UD5H). Happens all the time when moving the mouse over an area that causes the mouse cursor to change.
Robert, any chance of an update?
I think you can see this is a serious problem, and I bet we'd all like to know what's going on, if anything at all.
Thanks in advance,
Same issue here on the i5 3570k (HD 4000). The mouse only lags when browsing web pages within FireFox. I tested a reinstall with the ASUS supplied drivers (27xx series) and the lag is gone. However when using the latest one available from Intel the lag occurs. Reinstalling Windows without the iGPU enabled no lag at all, enable it and install the latest drivers, lag occurs.
Intel has huge pockets, this issue should have been fixed already. I wish I could find a decent Mini-DisplayPort to DVI adapter that does not quit working after a month else I would use all 3 monitors on my Radeon 6870.
Same issue here on an i5-3450, Win 8 Pro and two monitors connected to a ASRock H77 Pro4/MVP Intel H77 motherboard. The problem occurs as described here:
This is a serious and totally annoying problem. I hope this can and will be solved in the near future
I have almost the same set up as the OP and I'm having the same issue and it's rather distracting.
Just as a follow up I've been googling and it seems that if you go to control panel, mouse and turn off pointer shadows it fixes it. Well it has for me.
Same thing happens with HP EliteBook 2570p (Intel HD 4000) and latest drivers.
Tried all fixes found here: windows 8 - Cursor lag when mouse cursor changes? - Super User but didn't help. Disabling mouse pointer shadow didn't work for me.
Very annoying bug, please fix it.
We have a fix for this issue and will release it in an upcoming driver update. I will post information on this thread when the driver is available on Intel Download Center.