Question about Dell Inspiron 1525 Notebook
I am using Dell Inspiron 1525 and have already attached an external mouse but the cursor still jumps to wherever my mouse is when typing. (it is still jumping as I type this)This is getting very inefficient and frustrating. HELP! :(
This is because you must deactivate your touchpad. you can do this by holding the Fn key and pressing the F* key that shows a picture of a touchpad in the same color as the Fn.
or you can go to control panel and turn it off in the mouse settings. but just attaching a mouse will allow the touchpad to stay active and therefore still be sensitive enough for your hand to "tap" th cursor.;
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Posted on Mar 16, 2009
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