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When I type on my ASUS U50A notebook, the cursor jumps ahead and behind, especially when I'm tying the letter "o". How do I fix it?

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in control panel click on mouse. click on the mouse pad where the pointer is pointing. top left you see "device settings". open and go to pointing stick. click disable.

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I have been having the same problem for some time now with my Acer laptop and windows vista.
What worked for me was changing a Mouse setting in the Control Panel.
Go to Control Panel -> Mouse. Then go to the "Tapping" tab and make sure that the "Tap off when typing" box is Checked


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reinstall the driver for the mouse and see if that fixes it.... also you can try going to control panel----mouse and the changing the settings... you may have to experiment abit to get it the way you want it.

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