Question about Dell LATITUDE Computers & Internet
I have a Dell latitude E5110. I apparently accidentally created a hot key or shortcut. Every time I type the B button, the cursor jumps to another part of the screen. How do I disable this shortcut or hot key and how do I prevent accidentally creating one in the future? Thanks!
In Windows XP:
To turn off hot keys go to Start Button->Control Panel->Administrative Tools->Services and scroll down until you find the service name HID Input Service.
Double-left-click on this service and change the Startup Type to disabled. Click Apply and then OK. Close out your open windows and restart your computer and the hot keys should not trouble you.
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SOURCE: dell latitude e5500 has a
Try reseating the keyboard
if that doesn't resolve then replace the keyboard.
the cursor jumping while typing can be resolved by enabling touchcheck in the touchpad driver settings
Posted on Jan 30, 2011
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