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Cursor jumps randomly on Asus X56KR-AP084D

Hi! I have a keyboard problem on a new notebook Asus x56KR AP084D, the cursor jumps randomly(elsewhere); The problem is both under Windows 7 and in Linux. Thank you

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Check out this post. It's for an Acer Aspire 5315, but probably the same or similar for yours. It's straight from Acer tech support.

http://www.computerbooksonline.com/n2tech/index.php/acer-aspire-5315

Posted on Oct 26, 2008

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your dell laptop are supposed to have a program on touchpad, if you dont have that in your system then the touchpad is jumping

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SOURCE: My cursor jumps while I'm typing

Go into the control panel and then the keyboard icon. You can control the speed in there such as the repeat rate, repeat delay, and cursor blink rate.

Also go into the mouse icon in the control panel and you can control the speed and such in there to since thats worth a shot.


Posted on Jul 04, 2009

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