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Touchpad going crazy...

I need help with my Dell Latitude D820. The touchpad will move on it's own to the right or to the left, either to the far upper right corner or the lower left corner of the screen. How can i fix this?

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  • Engus Jul 20, 2008

    I have had the same problem. Most of the time I plug a portable wireless mouse in but when I can't this machine has a mind of its own. The left button seems to have heat seeking abilities. If I put my finger near it there is instant action and the pad tries to read ny mind but it is usually wrong.

    Can it be replaced with another type or adjusted for sensitivity?

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Set ur mouse button to default or reinstall ur drivers this may fix ur problem.

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Pritamkoo7, do U have a Dell computer? I do and there is no easy solution - just type Dell touchpad problems in Google and see all the problems that people are having with all makes and models. I am extremely upset with Dell over this because some of these complaints date back to 2004 and they STILL haven't corrected it yet. Haven't found a solution yet - my cursor takes "trips" on it's own and the left button sometimes will not click - or acknowledge that it is being clicked - and I have found that clicking the right button and then clicking the left button again gets it working; temperarily. I need answers also.

Posted on Jun 17, 2008

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