Projecting to TV cursor bug (Dual Monitor)

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Windows 11 bug I have encountered. 

When I connect my Samsung Book to my Samsung 7 series tv and while in projection "extend" mode, on the 2nd monitor (TV) there is a cursor (mouse pointer) that doesn't go away and doesn't work because it's not the primary cursor. The temporary fix I have to do, is put my monitors into "dual projection mode" move the cursor from my tv to where it is off screen and then switch back to extend mode. I have to do this every single time or be stuck with a random fake cursor that doesn't go away. 

In the picture attached you will notice 2 cursors on the tv, the white one doesn't work and won't go away. Can only move it in dual monitor mode. 
Solutions?

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