Question about Dell Latitude E4300 Notebook
Be very careful about this. When I used my laptop all the time the same thing would happen from time to time.
If you touch the mouse pad at all it will move your cursor. Even lightly touching it with part of your hand can do the trick. Its best to hold your hands as high off the laptop as you are comfortable with. Try this and see if the problem persists.
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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