The OS is Window Vista, and sometimes, the cursor jump to other location when typing. When unnoticed, I may be writing in the middle of the page. Most of the time happen when using microsoft words and explorer.
I have the same problem, but I have a Sony VAIO TZ170N.
Didnt find any option to set touchpad configuration. I also installed all TZ drivers that I found on sony site support.
Do you think is a keybord problem ?
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This is a really common problem thats not actually a problem. Go to trackpad settings and make sure tap to click is off. Most laptops allow you to tap the track pad to act as a mouse button, try it go to an icon tap the trackpad youll see that the icon highlights as if you are actually left clicking. When your typing the trackpad senses your arm or wrist occasionaly and thinks your tapping the mouse, thus moving the cursor. So go into trackpad settings and turn off tap to click.
Since you have a logitech mouse, lets just disable the touchpad. You should be able to disable the touchpad via one of these methods:
Look on the top row of keys. You should have one that looks like a little mouse. If you do, hold down the "fn" key in the bottom, and press the key with the mouse on it. That *should* disable the touchpad.
Go to the control panel, and find the keyboard and mouse settings. Digging through the menus, you should find a touchpad. You can disable it through there.
your problem is called BSOD (blue screen of death).
many thing can cause this problem.
most common thing that cause BSOD are Operating system, memory and harddrive.
sometime motherboard+cpu can cause BSOD too, but not as often as memory+hdd+OS.
you should re-installed it first, if you still have BSOD,
ask your technician to check hdd and memory, if they can check motherboard + cpu, it would be good for you,
Touch Freeze will disable the touchpad when you start typing. I have not used it, but give it a try.
Also, your touchpad could be wearing out or a driver reinstall could be in order. My wifes Toshiba had a bad touchpad and the cursor would jump all over the place. I disabled it and she now uses an external mouse. No problems anymore.