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I have an acer laptop and the cursor jumps all over when im typing and randomly selects sections im not touching the mouse pad at all

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80 % IS MOUS DRIVER , 10% MOUSE PAD ,dis able the , the touch pad from front of the top case by switch , and connect the external mouse and check the system.

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Function F7 to disable the touch pad and the same buttons to enable it. The function key is the button with Fn. on it.

Good luck and don't forget to rate my answer.

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Hold down the FUNCTION (FN) button and hit F7to turn your touchpad on or off.

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Fn F7 probably got pressed (turns on and off the trackpad. probably the dumbest thing to have a hotkey for)

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SOURCE: cursor continually jumps all over when trying to type

Touch pad mouse.
This unit has a "seamless touchpad with four-way integrated scroll button".
Yours is probably faulty, causing the cursor to be random.
Try disabling it and connecting a USB mouse.

Posted on Apr 26, 2009

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