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Windows 7: erratic cursor pointer word starter


21 May 2012   #1

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erratic cursor pointer word starter

My cursor jumps all over the p;age. It is not my heavy typing hand. Things I have tried to no avail as follows:


I have tried 'touchFreeze' that disables the the touch pad no help,

I tried- run - control mouse - options - clear enhanced pointer precision - no help.

toshiba suggested reinstalling word starter- any suggestion?s

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25 May 2012   #2

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does the problem occur only in Word or in general on your computer?

Do you have a mouse connected to your laptop and if yes, is it turned on? It might be caused directly by your mouse (i.e. defected laser - quirky surface).

If not mouse is present, can you normally use the touchpad at all times otherwise? Does your laptop (along with the touchpad) become too hot? You can disable the touchpad on any laptop without the need for third-party software. Just go to your Mouse settings from your Windows Control Panel.
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