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Jumping mouse cursor

My mouse cursor keeps on jumping.i cleaned the mouse thoroughly.but it didn't solve the problem.i have noticed that by keeping the connecting cable in certain positions the mouse starts working just fine.the connection between the mouse and the computer is not loose.i have the following doubts: -could the connecting cable be the reason for the jumping? -or is the drive to be blamed for it? can anyone suggest any useful measures? My mouse jumps also when trying to click on just about anything. The cursor I am speaking of.

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I think some where in the cable there is a broken wire, it is inside the cable, cause there is a certain position that it work properly. You can also test it by tyring other mouse if the problem still the same.

Posted on Oct 17, 2008

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