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Mouse works erratically, cursor moves slowly on its own when mouse is not in use.

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This means that your connector signal is too far away. You have to move it closer to your mouse and keyboard. This way they will work properly. When you do that make sure you reconnect them using the connect buttons. This should fix the problem.

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If your cursor moves erratically on the screen (for example, if it jumps around the screen, moves at varying speeds, or selects items on its own), perform the following steps:
  1. Clean the surface of the touchpad with a dry, soft cloth to remove grease, sweat, moisture, or other liquids.
  2. Adjust the sensitivity of the touch pad:.
    1. Click the Start button and click Control Panel.
    2. Click Printers and Other Hardware.
    3. Click Mouse.
    4. When the Mouse Properties window appears, click the Pointer Options tab. (Figure 1)
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      Figure 1: Pointer Speed
    5. Under Select a pointer speed:, click to move the slider bar closer to Slow.
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    7. Check to see if the touch pad still behaves erratically.
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