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Mouse arrow drifting to top left corner of VAIO UX1XN

I checked for hardware damages, none found.

I tried to reset BIOS no success.

Any suggestion? Do u think is a virus...

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    Thanks but it is a SONY VAIO

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Click 'start' -"control panel' 'mouse'. Try playing around with the settings and see if that solves your problem.

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