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Cursor Jumps, erases, making me crazy Dell Bostro 1000

Using a mouse my cursor jumps to where the arrow is, sometimes what I have typed gets erased. I am going crazy how can I fix this?

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  • mich_jacoby Sep 12, 2009

    Thanks for your response. Yes it is a wireless mouse but I have tried 2 different ones and it happens with both!

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Hello !!

I have seen this problem many times and the most common reason is Spyware or Malware.


So, download, update and run from these sites: http://www.spybot.com and http://www.malwarebytes.com. With Malwarebytes, be certain to choose the free software.

Hope this helps.

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What type of mouse is it? If it's a wireless optical mouse replace the batteries or throw it away, i prefer the latter

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