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Cursor jumps all over the screen

Just bought a new Logitech MX 3200 Keyboard and Laser mouse to compliment my new Toshiba laptop. After ten minutes of use the mouse cursor jumps all over the screen making it impossible to use? Can you help?

Lesley

i have the same problem my cursor jumps all over the screen put new batteries in it and it still does the same thing

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    cursor jumps away and impossible to use

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Try uninstalling and reinstalling the touchpad driver from device manager

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When I made sure I was using fully charged batteries the problem with the randomly jumping cursor stopped!
I use a battery charger and after charging two batteries (using two out of four slots) I used the two batteries (which I thought were charged) for the mouse. I didn't work. I had tried alla kinds of things and was about to give up when, by coincidence, I recharged four batteries at once in the battery charger, leaving no slots on the charger empty. I tried using two of them and suddenly the problem with the randomly jumping cursor was solved. The batteries I hade previously used were obviously not fully charged. Probably a glitch in my charger. So make sure the batteries you use are fully charged!

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