If any of the overlay programmes are interfering with Battlefront 2, the mouse won’t function. Corrupt game files or a corrupt cache are other potential causes. The game engine may experience problems if any of the essential Origin services are turned off, which will lead to instability with HCI devices like the mouse.

There are times when the game’s cursor disappears, making it impossible for the player to select any characters or menu items. In contrast, in other circumstances, you’ll only see the cursor’s spinning wheel.

Battlefront 2 Mouse Stuck

How to Fix a Broken Battlefront 2 Mouse?

Prior to Attempting Any of the Remedies

  1. Start your system over. All configurations that were only temporarily stored will be deleted, and all parameters will be reset.
  2. Verify that the game’s mouse is functional in borderless mode.
  3. Verify that no gamepad, joystick, or controller is plugged in.
  4. Unplug every gadget from your computer, including printers, scanners, mobile phones, etc., and then try using the mouse.
  5. Plug in a different USB port for your mouse.
  6. Double-check that Battlefront 2 and Origin were both launched with administrator rights.

Solution 1: Update Windows and System Drivers

Many problems can have their roots in an outdated Windows operating system and system drivers. Updates to Windows and the operating system’s drivers should be the first step in troubleshooting many game-related issues. Before continuing, make sure your internet connection is active.

  1. End your game.
  2. Type Update by pressing the Windows key. Then select Check for Updates from the search results.
  3. In the Windows update window, select Check for Updates.
  4. Download and install every update that is available.
  5. Manufacturers may update your system drivers using Windows Update, but it’s still a good idea to manually check the manufacturer’s website for new system drivers.

Solution 2: Turn Off/Close Conflicting Programmes

Overlay programmes are simply not “liked” by Battlefront 2. If you are using an overlay application, turning it off might fix the issue. Additionally, Battlefront 2 cannot coexist with TeamViewer active in the background, so make sure it is turned off. To be certain, double-check the taskbar.

Here are some techniques for turning off the prevalent Battlefront 2 overlays.

For Discord Overlay

  1. Exit the game.
  2. Open Discord on your system.
  3. Access Discord’s options.
  4. Next, select “Overlay.”
  5. Switch the “Enable in-game overlay” switch to off.
  6. Run the game now to see if the issue has been fixed.
  7. If not, restart the game.
  8. Next, select Task Manager by using the right-click menu on the taskbar.
  9. Now look for and terminate every Discord-related process.
  10. Run the game now to see if the issue has been fixed.

Remove the Origin Overlay

  1. Stop playing.
  2. Open Application Settings after launching Origin.

3.Next, select More and launch Origin In-Game.

  1. Next, turn off the “Enable Origin in Game” switch.
  2. Run the game now to see if the issue has been fixed.
  3. You can also bring up the Origin window and turn off Origin Overlay while the game is running by pressing Shift+F1.

Turn off the GeForce Experience Overlay.

  1. Stop playing.
  2. start GeForce Experience.
  3. Next, select the Gear Icon in the top right corner.
  4. Select the General Tab. 4.
  5. Next, turn off the in-game overlay.
  6. Run the game now to see if the issue has been fixed.

Solution 3: Turn on Origin Startup Services

When your system boots up, various Origin services are launched. Most services operate in the background. The mouse issue in Battlefield 2 and other issues can occur if any of those services are disabled. The issue might be resolved in that case by enabling all startup services related to the Origin client.

  1. Shut down the Origin client and game.
  2. Next, select Task Manager with a right-click on the taskbar.
  3. Next, select the Startup tab.
  4. Next, click Enable after selecting the service related to the Origin client.
  5. Repeat the procedure for all the Origin client-related services.
  6. Restart your computer now.
  7. Once Battlefront 2 is running, see if the issue has been resolved.

Solution 4: Stop Origin Web Helper Service.

There is a known history of Origin Web Helper Service causing various gaming issues. Perhaps the same service is to blame for the current problem as well. The Origin Web Helper Service can then be disabled to see if that helps to fix the issue.

  1. Shut down the Origin client and game.
  2. Next, enter services by pressing the Windows+R keys.msc.
  3. Locate and right-click the Origin Web Helper Service in the Services window.
  4. Then select Stop from the menu.
  5. Run Battlefront 2 now to see if the issue has been fixed.

Solution 5: Turn off Pointer Acceleration.

Acceleration in the pointer settings of Steelseries products may prevent the mouse from functioning properly in your Battlefield game. Here, we can experiment with turning off acceleration in the pointer settings to see if that changes anything.

  1. Shut down Origin and the game.
  2. Type Settings by pressing the Windows key. Then select Settings from the search results.
  3. Click Devices now.
  4. Next, select Mouse from the window’s left pane.
  5. Select Additional Mouse Options next.
  6. Next, turn off Acceleration in the Pointer Setting.
  7. Launch Battlefront 2 now to see if the issue has been resolved.

Solution 6: Delete the Origin Client Cache

The Origin client’s corrupted cache can lead to a lot of problems for a user. Every time the game loads, it makes use of the cache and continues to fetch and send data as needed. The game may experience bugs, including mouse issues, if the game’s very cache is corrupt. In that case, clearing the Origin client’s cache might be able to fix the issue.

  1. Shut down Origin and the game. Then use Task Manager to end all Origin-related processes.
  2. To open the Run command box, press Windows + R. then key in

ProgramData percentage /

Origin, then hit Enter

  1. Locate the LocalContent folder (you should not delete this folder). After that, remove every folder but the LocalContent folder.
  2. Open the Run command box once more, enter the following, and then click OK.

Amount AppData Amount

  1. Locate and remove the Origin folder from the Roaming folder.
  2. Now select AppData from the address bar.
  3. Open the Local folder at this point.
  4. Look for the Origin folder once more and remove it.
  5. Restart your computer now.
  6. After that, start the game to see if the issue has been resolved.

Solution 7: Update the Battlefield 2 Game Files

Battlefield 2’s corrupted game files could be the cause of the problem you are experiencing. When an update fails or the game is moved between drives or folders, game files can become corrupt. If the game’s files are damaged, it may have a number of issues, including mouse issues. In that case, fixing the game’s files might be the solution.

  1. End your game.
  2. After that, open My Game Library in Origin.
  3. Select Repair Game from the context menu after right-clicking the Battlefront 2 icon.
  4. Verify that the issue has been resolved after the repair process is finished.

Solution 8: Reinstall Battlefield 2

Reinstalling Battlefront 2 is your only remaining option if nothing else has worked so far. Make sure to save your preferences because the reinstallation process will remove them.

  1. End your game.
  2. After that, open My Game Library in Origin. 3. Now select Uninstall from the context menu by selecting the Battlefront 2 icon.
  3. Restart your system after the uninstallation process is finished.
  4. Next, download Battlefront 2 and set it up.