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Mouse cursor moving by itself

I have the Compaq Evo N610C

I am using the touchpad and at random points the mouse cursor on the screen will move automatically to the left and then to the left corner. I disabled the touch pad to see if that made any difference and also the pointer (pad) afterwards but made no difference. I have also updated and reinstalled drivers. In fact for a different reason the entire OS has been reinstalled.


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  • yusuf khan Dec 07, 2007

    I am using acer 5310/Extensa 5210

    I am using the touchpad and at random points the mouse cursor on the screen will move automatically to the left and then to the left corner. I disabled the touch pad to see if that made any difference and also the pointer (pad) afterwards but made no difference. I have also updated and reinstalled drivers. In fact for a different reason the entire OS has been reinstalled

  • 1kimchi Jun 19, 2008

    mouse pad is WAY TOO SENSITIVE and just the HEAT from my hands seems to shoot the cursor to other locations on the board--wherever the mouse is resting. i've modified the receptor in the control panel but that hasn't helped. the guy who sold it to me said i'd have to "just get used to it." i'm sorry, but faulty technology is not something i paid to get used to. any solutions out there? i can't seem to figure out anything else.

  • Anonymous Jul 30, 2008

    I have Dell laptop today my mouse cursor automatically move to left top corner and right down corner

  • Anonymous Aug 26, 2008

    my mouse leads a nomadic existence of its own. wandering towards bottom left or zooming top right. mmmmmmmmm

  • Anonymous Nov 03, 2008

    I have the same problem all of a sudden.
    it keeps moving left, and I have a wireless mouse, I turned it off and it didn't work.

  • disney12boy Nov 22, 2008

    For a few minutes my pointer just stopped moving. Then i tried to move it and i couldnt. It was moving around the screen trying to close my windows on its Own o.o... This scared the hell out of me!

  • Anonymous Dec 09, 2008

    cursor of lap top moves left corner

  • palashroy Apr 05, 2009

    i do have same problme with my mouse pointer.. I m using dell laptop.. it is automatically moving around the screen corner every few time after.. It's really hell to me .. I could not work with my laptop in this regards..

    could u let me what the solution...(infoatpalash.eward.com)

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It started on my PC today, I been searching on Google for conference venues in london and as I am moving around the screen the cursor has a live of its own. I tried to re start the PC, but it still happens, I was going to go to I.T to ask for help but thought I'd try here for answers first.

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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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