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    I have Vista with laptop. Has anybodyexperienced a trouble on the pointer jumping about, like you aretyping, the cursor leaps and what you are typing seems someplaceelse?

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    Does this laptop have a track pad? If thus, attempt disabling that earlier you start typing. Like you type and sweep against the pad this can make the pointer to jump, or other unknown actions, particularly if it accepts 'gestures', a sure gesture might emulate the Home or Page Down button, or similar.

    My laptop has a button next to the track pad which when pushed disables it while I type, but in any case I have disabled it permanently and now apply a USB mouse. I was evermore brushing the pad on my wrist or other parts of my hand and losing work.

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    How do you disable it? I have not acquired a button next to the touch pad. I went to assist and typed in "Disable Touch pad." I acquired "To turn the touch pointer on and off" and asked me to go to "Turn the touch pointer on or off". Later this I do not acquire Touch Pad alternative with the display.

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    Open the Control Panel, then the "Mouse" icon, then the "Pointer Aternatives" tab, then unchecked the box following to "Enhance Pointer Precision".Later Apply, then OK. Hope this assists.

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    This is a trouble on the synaptic pointer. The drivers require to be updated and installed. Go to this site and select which OS system. You will not have that trouble again. Later you install it restart your computer.

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    I have done what you suggested. It appears a much more better. I say 'a lot' as I have not tested it thoroughly until.

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    Later a year of frustration I have only been told that my thumbs are occasionally touching the touch pad and causing the cursor to jump. I covered the pad on a piece of paper and the jumping stopped.

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    I think the best way is to bring it to a shop and ask for some advice about it.

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