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Cursor problem Hi, I have had my laptop for a couple of years now and from day one the cursor just seems to jump whenever the mood takes it. Not sure why or how it does this...it just does...usually mid-sentence or even mid-word. In fact whilst typing this message the cursor has jumped elsewhere in the message a number of times causing me to type absolute rubbish. It does this not only in emails but also in Word and any typing generally. Can anyone help? Please? Thanks Ash

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This is a common keyboard driver problem, go to my computer,right click>properties>hardware tab>device manager> and look down the list for keyboard, click the'+' sign, right click on the keyboard type line and select uninstall. Restart the notebook and it will automatically reinstall itself and the driver. If you still have the same problem, you will need to go to the manufacturer web site and download the latest keyboard driver if any, install it and repeat the above.

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      Figure 1: Pointer Speed
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