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Dell D620 cursor not working- floating all over screen, mouse and touchpad not effective

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You will need to reload the drivers with dell laptops there is a order in which you have to install the drivers it is shown on the right side of the drivers download page

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Click on the "Touchpad" icon in the task bar. If the icon doesn't appear, you can download and install the driver for the touchpad from the Dell website, or choose "Start" and "Control Panel." Choose "Device Select" on the touchpad menu, or choose "Mouse" in the "Control Panel" menu and "Device Select." Click "Disable" under "Touchpad" to turn off the touchpad, or click "Disable Touchpad/Pointing Stick When a USB Mouse is Connected."
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Firstly try a different mouse to find out if the mouse is the issue - If so a new mouse is probably needed (assuming you cleaned the trackball/laser - video instructions can be found below)
If the mouse is not the issue, then enter mouse settings on Windows XP, and try adjusting the sensitivity etc. This can be done by going to Start -> Control Panel -> Mouse and adjusting "Pointer Options"
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The cursor on my Dell Latitude laptop keeps floating to the side of the screen making it impossible to do anything. It floats away while I'm trying to control it. It seems to want to cling to the side of...


They all have this problem, try moving the mouse with the TRACK POINT insted of the touch pad (button over the B key) some times it comes back OK when you play with it a bit, if not than you have to replace the whole keyboard assembly

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Connect a USB mouse.
Then, in Control Panel, access the 'Mouse' panel, and "enable" the touchpad.

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I have a Dell laptop computer with Windows Vista Basic. The mouse on the screen has become very sensitive and sometimes it clicks on an item when it scrolls across the screen. How can I make it less...


  1. Right-click on the desktop and select Personalize > Mouse Pointers . The Mouse Properties settings window will open.
  2. Alternately, click Start and type Mouse in the Search field, and select Mouse when it becomes available in the program list. The Mouse Properties settings window will open.
  3. Select the Device Settings tab. Select the Synaptics TouchPad device and click Settings . In the Properties for Synaptics TouchPad window, expand the Sensitivity topic.
  4. Select the PalmCheck option to adjust the sensitivity of the touchpad to avoid erratic cursor movement caused by accidental touching of the pad during normal typing.
  5. Select the Touch Sensitivity option to adjust how much finger pressure is required to move the mouse on the screen and how responsive the touchpad is to taps.

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Try an external mouse. You might have to turn off the touchpad in BIOS (F2 key on boot will get you into setup). Look for Mouse/Touchpad under 'Post Behavior' or perhaps elsewhere (differently displayed in various BIOS setups).

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Here is a link , to your drivers for your laptop, in input devices that is a glide mouse driver must be your touch pad hope this helps click here for page

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Cursor arbitrarly jumps to wherever it may be sitting on the screen. makes typing very difficult


This is an issue with many laptop users because the touchpad is so sensitive that while typing the cursor can be moved when the hand comes into slight contact with the touchpad. You can go into the properties of the touchpad and try reducing the sensitivity and see if that helps or disable the touchpad in the device manager and use a usb mouse.

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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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Sounds like a malfunctioning touchpad. You could try an external mouse and disabling the touchpad in device manager.

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