Question about Dell Latitude D800 Notebook
Whether I use a mouse connected to a usb port or the built in touch pad, as soon as I touch the keyboard, the cursor goes spastic. The mouse can still move the cursor but it won't stay put. Sometimes just letting it work out it's seizure by itself cures the problem until I touch the keyboard again. This is on a dell latitude D800.
I had this problem and it was solved by turning off the touchpad in the bios,
Pressing the f10 ? or f2 ? during startup will get you into the bios
are you sure the mouse is ok ?
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