Question about Dell Studio 1737 Laptop
Watch out for the touchpad below the keyboard. You may be hitting it with the heel of your hand while typing, and this will cause the cursor to move. I've done it myself (still do, in fact). If you're doing a lot of typing, you might want to disable the touchpad and use a regular mouse. Most laptops have a switch near the touchpad to turn it on and off. You can also use the Windows Control Panel or touchpad utility program if one is installed.
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
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