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CURSOR JUMPING ALL OVER

I CONNECTED BOTH PORTS ON THE BASE STATION TO MY NEW DELL INSPIRON 350 USING A CONVERTOR CABLE AND THE CURSOR IS JUMPING ALL OVER THE PLACE....SHOULD I CONNECT ONLY THE USB PORT TO THE COMPUTER

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I think the best solution would be to get a new mouse and see if that has the same issues if it does not, it is your mouse. If it is it could be a number of things... faulty mouse software (easily fixable),driver problems, or it may even require you reformat your entire computer, depending on where the source of the problem is. Try a new mouse first and keep me posted...gl

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yes only connect the USB port to the computer, this should stop Windows from seeing both a USB mouse and a PS/2 mouse.

Also make sure that you are not using it on Glass or another surface that could cause the mouse to jump.

Put a blank white piece of paper under it and try it

Let me know if it works for you!

Posted on May 25, 2009

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