I am having problem with my mouse cursor as it does not drag quit well as I have to push it hard to get were i want, it some times get stopped working automatically. I tried to download latest drivers for ALPS mouse but it did not worked
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Re: Problem with my Mouse cursor
If it's an external mouse you are using with the slow dragging problem then it could be a problem with the mouse itself ,internal ,try to clean the pad with a moist cloth while laptop is off.
Also look in the mouse setting and change the pointer speed.
Also try a plain coloured mouse pad and not one with mixed colours.
Download the vga driver from here and reinstall it : http://support.acer-euro.com/drivers/notebook/as_5520.html
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If you have multiple screens set up it might be on one of the 'extra' desktops. Very deliberately drag your mouse in one direction 3-4 times, change direction and do it again and again until you see the mouse pop up. Also if you are good at navigating by keystroke you could go into your display settings and remove any extra monitors. Hope this helps!
Lets give this a try: Click the
Start button> click Control Panel> click
Hardware> and then click Mouse. Click the
Pointer Options tab, and then do the following:
Uncheck the Hide pointer while typing box. Hope this helps you. Let us know either way. Make it a great day!
Are you using the trackpad to manipulate the cursor, or are you using an external mouse?
If you're using the trackpad, it may be as simple as using the Fn keys and the corresponding F keys at the top of the keyboard to enable the trackpad feature again. If that doesn't work, try plugging in an external mouse via USB port to see if that works. If you're using an external mouse, then try to see if the cursor moves while using the trackpad.
Hopefully one of these options will give you control back over your cursor again.
This is usually due to your base of your thumbs touching the mouse pad while you are typing. Some touchpads will let you disabe the mouse pad while typing. Go to control panel-mouse- and look in the properties. There may also be an option to disable the touchpad when you plug a mouse in. Hope this helps
can u go to the properties of the mouse and try to reset it from there also have you tried to clean the surface with rubbing alcohol sounds like to me that there is dust or debris somewhere in the surface of the pad that may be causing the problem
you can also get a external mouse and use it ok
best regards mike
You can refer to a few Mouse settings as mentioned below
Right-click on the desktop and select Personalize > Mouse Pointers . The Mouse Properties settings window will open.
Alternately, click Start and type Mouse in the Search field, and select Mouse when it becomes available in the program list. The Mouse Properties settings window will open.
Verify that the Device Settings tab is present in the Mouse Properties window.
If this tab is not present, you will need to obtain the Synaptics TouchPad software.
1.See if it still same if you try use USB external mouse?
2.maybe you can try this:
swtch off your laptop, use 99% pure isopropyl alcohol to clean the mousepad carefully, DO NOT spray directly onto mousepad, spray to a cleaning cloth and wipe the the mouse pad carefully.