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Acer Aspire 5572 cursor's jump

The OS is Window Vista, and sometimes, the cursor jump to other location when typing. When unnoticed, I may be writing in the middle of the page. Most of the time happen when using microsoft words and explorer.

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I found a solution that seems to work- go to the "touchpad" icon on the bottom right. Then choose "tapping" and then check the box "tap off when typing." Don't know why but this seems to work!

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T he connection of the mouse wiring inside are lose ,during operation typing on keypad the connection on & off thre cursor also jump while you perform typing .The keyboard must open by the expert technician because it located inside the computer. .

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Be sure your system is virus free. Download and install the proper drivers of your system. here: http://www.acerpanam.com/synapse/forms/acerdrivers.cfm

if not solve the problems. Please try unistall the miscrosoft office and restart. after restarting reinstall the Microsoft office.

same problems encountered; Back up you important files and reinstall the windows.,

Any problems arising please notify me for further instruction. good luck.

Posted on Jan 03, 2008

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