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Erratic cursor i got a tecra 1. my cursor sometimes is stuck at the upper and lower screen can't move it down or up. However, you can only move the cursor left to right and vice versa but not up and down. It goes normal after sometime then bang same problem. This is taking too much time, can you help is it hardware or software. The problem pop up using either the pad or the external mouse. Thanks

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    A Womans Computer Man May 11, 2010

    most likely the touchpad is getting a little old..it may need to be replaced soon.

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It happens with both? Sounds like it may be a driver or motherboard issue.

Check the HDD for errors with Checkdisk (Start -> Run -> cmd -> Ok -> chkdsk /f
Try redownloading the touchpad/mouse drivers from the Toshiba site

Posted on Oct 22, 2008

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