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Cursor movement slow and jerky

I finally got this to work by following the hints given on this site. But now the cursor response is very slow, and jerky. Any suggestions?

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  • duncan_lewis May 11, 2010

    What graphics card do you have?

    I am wondering if your GPU is not handling photoshop well or if it is something else.

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Close some application from task manager... There will be some programs running background and unecessary to us... Try it.. All the best...

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