I think when I call in I am going to tell them to send the tech with a new screen AND motherboard. More blogposts Topics Computing Dell Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share via Email Share on LinkedIn Share on Pinterest Share on Google+ Share on WhatsApp Share on Messenger Close Reuse Great news, the new driver fixed my jumping cursor!!!! Thannnnnk youuuuuuu! have a peek here
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Cursor fix by lobowilson / November 1, 2011 9:43 PM PDT In reply to: Didn't work for me I had the same problem I did as you recommended booted in safe mode, ran Norton Virus Scan for the entire system, but my cursor still keeps jumping to the lower left hand corner, and occasionally by Carol~ Forum moderator / July 29, 2010 8:06 AM PDT In reply to: Didn't work for me ken..You answered a post, where a member thought they had a fix for Another is to disable the mousepad in the control software and use an external mouse. http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/63730-jumping-mouse-problem-tablet.html
If it is a generic one it may be the problem. Try replacing the batteries or making sure they are charged to see if the batteries are the cause of the issue. Ten finally a wave of relief hit me as I slammed the damn laptop against the wall so hard it shattered intotwo dozen pieces.
Solution 8 - Replace your device For various PC problems, we recommend to use this tool.This tool will repair most computer errors, protect you from file loss, malware, hardware failure and However, I have not changed any settings for years. Wonky Wacom Tablet (jumping cursor with short stro... If this fix works for You, why not come back to this thread and say so, and/or share Your experience.
Holy craP! Mouse Pointer Automatically Moves To Upper-left Corner Of Screen Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. Thank you thank you thank you!!!!! 9:08 PM, August 10, 2015 Wes Louis-Charles said... http://whatsilence.blogspot.com/2008/07/wonky-wacom-tablet-jumping-cursor-with.html It has been three days now without a jumping cursor - what a relief.
I feel great and no longer am dealing with this cursor roblem... If i cannot work for 4 days I might as well go and buy another computer and throw this one in the bin!Can anyone heplp please?? I notice some letters do not seem to type out now either so I have to go back & fill in the blanks. Live Streams Welcome, guest!
Thanks a lot for posting this!I wish you all the best. 8:40 AM, June 07, 2011 Wagsfx said... but all provided no relief. Mouse Jumping Around Windows 10 The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. Disable Touchscreen Windows 10 I am using a Dell Inspiron 1720 and running Windows Vista Ultimate, can anyone assist me?
Thank you very much! 7:31 PM, May 13, 2012 dugost said... navigate here Bear in mind that disabling the touchscreen driver will prevent you from using your touchscreen, but if you have a keyboard and mouse, you should be able to use Surface Pro MillhioreF Pro Tester4,619 posts 2012-06-16 15:46:18 UTC mouse sensitivity 1.0?tabletPC box checked? Turning this setting off has fixed my issue!
THANK YOU!!!!!!!! Some companies, such as Dell, will deliver PCs in volume with a company's disk image installed. Thank you very much! http://gagc.net/windows-10/how-disable-cursors-clickin-effects-with-tablet.php Where can I find free online virus scanners?
Does it happen at all when you're typing?I realize this is your first time posting. Didn't change anything. Select Power Options from the menu.
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Jumping Cursor Fix by robbie_9876 / January 29, 2012 11:51 PM PST In reply to: Jumping Cursor FIX!!! TakuMii Rhythm Incarnate1,752 posts 2013-12-05 12:04:33 UTC Kosshi wrote:I am having this exact same problem except I'm not even using a tablet. If have been stuck with this issue trying just about everything under the sun for the last 2 mo's. I read on another site about disabling the touchpad and using a wireless mouse to get rid of the jumping cursor.
I have an HP laptop, using firefox, in a windows environment. Putting a piece a paper under the mouse is a quick fix for this issue. There are also programs (for example, Acronis True Image) that you can use to make a disk image of your own PC for backup purposes. http://gagc.net/windows-10/usb-mouse-slower-than-touchpad-s-mouse.php I have a Dell (from Hell) XPS M140 laptop supporting XP SP2 and the cursor from day one has done more hiking on the screen that I ever did on the
If that doesn't work, then purchase a USB mouse, disable the touchpad, then use the mouse.. (If you've already got a mouse installed, then make sure to turn OFF the touchpad.)Hope I was searching around on the internet trying to find a solution to my posessed cursor. But don't ask me why it works!!