Now there is another thing here, your Mac is still booted in Safe Boot.
In Safe Boot some things will not work. Here's what it says on the Apple website about it:
"Safe Mode can be useful for troubleshooting. However, certain Mac OS X features do not work in Safe Mode. For example, you can't use DVD Player, capture video in iMovie
, use audio input or output devices, or use an internal or external USB modem. The behavior of some devices such as wireless networking may vary depending on computer and Mac OS X version."
For this reason, Safe Boot is only used to find out. Because we know if it works in Safe Boot, it isn't a hardware issue, and we have a better idea of how to fix it.
To get out of Safe Boot you only just restart the computer again, but if the bunny hopping cursor issues comes back again, then we carry out specific steps to resolve it.
Can you restart and test if it is still OK?
If not then delete any login items from the list. The login item list is in 'System Preferences -> Users & Groups (called Accounts in older versions of OS X)' then click the Login Items tab.
Delete anything in that list and restart.
Is the issue gone or still there?