My mouse cursor keeps on jumping.i cleaned the mouse thoroughly.but it didn't solve the problem.i have noticed that by keeping the connecting cable in certain positions the mouse starts working just fine.the connection between the mouse and the computer is not loose.i have the following doubts:
-could the connecting cable be the reason for the jumping?
-or is the drive to be blamed for it?
can anyone suggest any useful measures?
My mouse cursor intermittantly stalls while moving causing unbelievable frustration when attempting to click on anything small or trying to grab the edge of a window to resize it. The mouse I am using is a MS Wireless Laser 6000 v1.0. Any idea what I can do to fix this? sammy
It may be a problem with your usb drive, try plugging it in to a different USB drive in the computer, not the keyboard. If your CPU has no free USB drives I recommend purchising a USB port extension or a USB converter. Though it would probably be cheeper just to buy a new mouse. Tell me how it works. :-)
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Some Lenovo touchpads are over sensitive and they cause the cusor to slip or jump around. In Control Panel select Mouse or Touchpad. A box will open and you can locate touchpad Properties and adjust the sensitivity. Lenovo also has updated touchpad software/drivers for one or two of the most troublesome models. i was able to reduce the cursor jumping around quite a bit by adjusting the sensitivity, but i still don't think it's a good design.
Make sure your palm or more than one finger is not covering the touchpad. Laptops manufactured before 2013 did not understand "Multi-touch" on touchpads. Use only one finger on the touchpad and problem should be solved. If it doesnt, the touchpad is damaged. Buy a mouse.
clean the mouse pad ,,, if doesn't work uninstall pad's driver and re-install the correct one... some laptops comes with joystick if yours have one clean it with a contact cleaner or disable it by unplugging it's cable ,,, if it didn't solve your problem replace the mouse pad or use a usb mouse ... :)
Generally there is a setting (CONTROL PANEL, MOUSE, Touchpad Tab) to either enable a feature like PALMCHECK or to disable the touchpad while typing. If neither option is shown, then try updating your touchpad driver
I think some where in the cable there is a broken wire, it is inside the cable, cause there is a certain position that it work properly. You can also test it by tyring other mouse if the problem still the same.
If you are positive keeping the cable stationary prevents the problem try this:
Try holding the mouse connector stationary and wiggle the cable. If the problem occurs then the connection between the mouse connector/cable is defective, due to the low value of this mouse the fix would typically be replacing rather than repair.
If that doesn?t work try wiggling the mouse connector where it plugs into the PC. If this causes the problem to reappear then either your mouse connector or the PC socket is damaged. Try another mouse and if the problem goes away, again the fix would be to replace the mouse.
If a new mouse doesn?t fix the problem then there is a good chance the PS2 connector is damaged. At this point I would purchase a USB mouse which should solve your problem
Let us know how things go and if you need any more assistance.