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This is extremely vague, but I will give the best answer I can. A jumping mouse cursor is generally caused by dust or hairs in the way of the laser on the bottom of the mouse. I highly recommend blowing out this area with compressed air (or just your mouth if you don't have any.) Also try to avoid using the mouse on anything other than a hard surface. Cloth surfaces will aggravate this issue as they tend to clog up the viewing area on the mouse with fabric and dust particles
Posted on Nov 21, 2013
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