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Crazy cursor My laptop is brand new. When I type, the cursor jumps around like crazy. I end up typing a few lines up from where I wanted to be.

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first go to control pannel and then go to mouse option click on to it and check the setting on the pointer option that the speed of the mouse is normal and their is option turn on click option is uncheck

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