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cursor moves to bottom right corner

By eastsidepraise ·
I have a new hp pavilion tx2000 with vista home premium my cursor will randomly move to the bottom right hand corner (taskbar)It does it in both duel monitor and single. I have checked and unchecked everything in mouse properties, its getting quite old....HELP.

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Do you have a USB mouse connected

by Lei Fan In reply to cursor moves to bottom ri ...

Do you have a USB mouse connected, or just the mouse pad included with the laptop?

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If you've got an optical mouse and a physical cat...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to cursor moves to bottom ri ...

Check up underneath the mouse in the little lit cavity for a stray cat hair.

Don't laugh - it will cause the behaviour you have just described. :)

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Get a new mouse and test that..

It might be that the mouse is going.
Get a new one and test it out.
The one i would go for (and i do have this) is the Logitech MX Revolution Rechargeable mouse, it is the best. :)
Pic here:
http://www.google.com/products/catalog?hl=en&q=Logitech+MX+Revolution&um=1&ie=UTF-8&cid=10973012209248252115&sa=X&oi=product_catalog_result&resnum=4&ct=image#ps-sellers

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RE: its getting quite old

by Jacky Howe In reply to cursor moves to bottom ri ...

are you talking about the mouse getting old. If you are it is time to replace it with a new one.
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getting old.

by eastsidepraise In reply to RE: its getting quite old

Im sorry by saying "getting old" I ment the cursor moving on its own is getting old its a touchpad and the comp. is new.

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It can be disabled

by Jacky Howe In reply to getting old.

and you can connect a USB Mouse or try updating the drivers.
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Go to HP's website and see if there are any updates.

You might need to see if there are any updates for your computer from HP's website. Another thing why the mouse is moving is because your finger(s) is just slightly touching the mouse pad. Is there a setting where you can adjust the sensitivity of the pad in question?.

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same issue

by spam2 In reply to cursor moves to bottom ri ...

did you resolve this ? it's really annoying. Same computer, same model.

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nvida

by eastsidepraise In reply to same issue

no fix yet but the source has something to do with the nvida dual monitor drivers or something so i've been told. keep looking for a driver update from nvida or windows
( i've also been told it has something to do with touch screen but other people without t/c and other brands having same issues )

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Power Supply

by Magadan In reply to cursor moves to bottom ri ...

The problem has to do with your power supply. Simply unplug your laptop and it stops. I don't know of a more permanent solution but now that we know the cause maybe someone else can point us to the right direction

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