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My touchpad is very touchie It makes my curos all over the screen.

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Well i had the same problem when i first used my laptop,i found that i was touching the touchpad not only with the pointing finger but also with the knuckle of my little finger at the same time,this made the pointer dash around all over the place,i am now able to use it without this problem ,but i rather use a proper mouse.

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Posted on Mar 24, 2008


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