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My mouse cursor keeps moving itself to the bottom right corner of my screen and clicking on stuff..I do not have my finger on the pad when this occurs. Also when I have my cursor in a text box and start typing, it will move while im typing. What can I do to stop this from happening?

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the best thing you can do is hook a wireless keyboard and mouse to your laptop. That's what i did and all is working well

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try using a usb mouse first , if the problem still persists theres a problem with the hardware controller.

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Have you tried to alter the mouse properties? Go to Control Panel > Mouse, for XP. Some of the settings in here might help.

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Push CTTL+ALT+ARROW UP (OR DOWN).

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try going through control panel and then enabling the tap. see how that works for u

Posted on Nov 22, 2009

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