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HP Cursor Problems

I recently cleaned up some programs on my HP Pavilion dv1000 and now the cursor jumps from where I'm typing down or up the screen. What to do?

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Hi,
look at your startup files and see if this program "apoint2k" is running. However, it is a driver for the touch pad. Try enabling it to solve the problem.
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