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Jumping curser The curser will randomly jump back a few lines (never the same) while I'm typing in hotmail. Have not noticed it with other applications. At first I thought maybe I was accidently hitting the touch pad, but that's not it. Hope someone has a solution. The posted solution here seems to be nothing but an ad.

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Its probably in the mouse settings.go to control panel/mouse/pointer options.. take the check mark out of Enhance Pointer Precision..click apply and ok.

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thats normal on many laptops... even on my Dell and Lenovo...

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This is a very known issue with laptops. Here's what you need to do.
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  3. On Device Manager, look for Mice and other pointing devices and click on the "+" sign before it.
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I frequently have the same thing when using a Dell laptop. The problem MAY be with the touch pad. Without noticing it, my thumb touches the pad and away goes the cursor!

So try this: Open the control panel and go to mouse. Look at the top for Touchpad. There is a setting in there for sensitivity. Reduce the setting so that you need to apply more pressure on the touch pad to move the cursor. Test it a few times to make sure it is still functional before closing the control panel. Then try typing something in a word processor and see if it is any better.

Good luck, and please let me know if this helps.

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You need to adjust the sensitivity of the touchpad

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»To access the TouchPad Properties window, use the TouchPad to select Start > Control Panel > Printers and Other Hardware > Mouse > Device Settings, and then select the Settings button.

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Go to my computer, right click>properties>hardware tab>device manager, then look down the list for mice and pointing devices, click the '+' sign and right click on your touchpad and select uninstall, do the same on the keyboard line and then restart the pc.

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Most probably because your 'Touch Pad Mouse' is touched by your palm (hand or something) while you are typing. Avoid contact with the mouse touch pad while typing.
Option 2:
If you have a centre moveable mouse on your laptop, start using it and disable the 'Touch pad mouse'
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