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Mouse pad My Dell Inspiron 8200 mouse pad is not working properly. It either moves to the lower left hand corner or upper right hand corner. Other times it works just fine. can you help me. Thanks alot

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You would be better off using an optical mouse that has a usb or ps2 connector ( depending on what your laptop supports ) usb would be better though less chance of pins bending as there are none on a usb connection ( at least not like a ps2 connector )

Also download the latest drivers for the touchpad and make sure that the scrolling options for or on the touchpad are not configured too thickly which will be in the touch pad settings.

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