Question about Computers & Internet
What kind of mouse are you using with your laptop? Are you using the built-in one or an external? If using an external is it possibly one with "red light" underneath instead of a ball? If so make sure that you are using it on a MATT surface. Even a slightly glossy surface has a tendency to make the cursor jump all over the place.
Also possibly your palms might be touching the internal mouse if it has a touch-pad (I'm assuming it does). You may want to disable that pad if so.
Let me know if any of this makes sense? :)
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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