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Mouse Pad freezes

My mouse pad cursor stops in it's tracks periodically whilst I am trying to use it, just freezes for no reason, and a circle appears over the cursor, then suddenly I can move the cursor again. Happens a lot on my brand new Samsung NC10.

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  • Anonymous Feb 10, 2010

    Thank you for your help, but not quite sure what you mean? Press FN+ OR? Can you please elaborate.

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Will you please try these.
FN+ Following marked ker.


Mouse Pad freezes - 36a19f7.jpg Thanks & waiting for your feed back.

Posted on Feb 10, 2010

  • RAJDEEP DUTTA
    RAJDEEP DUTTA Feb 10, 2010

    Hi hope you see the image here. There is few keys which is maked in different color. Some one of them marked as per my picture. Thats look like a touchpad symbol on top of the key. So when you confirmed about it then press FN+ thats key.Usally FN+F8 key used to with samsung.

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