06-19-2010 06:15 PM
To fix your wild and crazy cursor, you need to update your drivers. If you have Windows 7 update your UltraNav driver by going to Google, enter:
If your laptop is a T410S, then also update your Bios utility by going to Google, enter:
10-31-2010 08:42 PM
I have a G450/550, thats what it says on the user manual ,windows 7, and tried to download the driver and it said I couldn't because I have a 64 bit. I'm having trouble just getting this message typed. Please help!!. I'm a student and have at least 1 if ns ot 2 essays a week.
10-31-2010 11:48 PM
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11-03-2010 03:06 PM
I wish I could say that helped but it didn't. I downloaded the updated drivers for the pointer and video. Not only does the pointer or cursor jump around but the entire page sometimes jumps around. Any more suggestions? This is a real problem.
08-09-2012 11:41 AM - edited 08-09-2012 11:43 AM
My cursor jumps when typing too. I have tried downloading a new driver for it. I have disable the touchpad (and for some reason it enables itself again). I have a Ideapad Y470. Windows 7 (64). I use an external mouse but it still does it when I disconnect the mouse. Does anyone have any suggestions?
02-15-2013 03:20 PM - edited 02-15-2013 03:23 PM
Jumping occurs if your hand brushes the touch pad and the arrow is located to the right or below any line of text you have just entered. Experiment. Enter two lines of text. Move arrow parallel to any line and touch the touch pad. The cursor jumps to the end of that line. Place the arrow below and mid line. Touch the pad. Cursor will jump to the line directly above the arrow. Solution- before typing move the arrow to the lower right hand corner of the dialog/text entry box no matter what it may be. Even if you brush the pad the cursor will stay at the last character because it is the lower right. If the arrow is outside the dialog box and you hit the touch pad twice , computer assumes you are done and withdraws the typing cursor and the program boiings a sound, then you must move the arrow back into the dialog box. The arrrow is located in the lower right hand corner as I am typing now and I touch the pad with my palm all the time but cursor does not jump because of the location of the arrow.
Solution- move arrow to far lower right corner of dialog/text entry box.
03-13-2013 06:07 PM
I'm too having this mass annoying problem on Lenovo E420, Windows 7 SP1, 32 bit.
Been trying various fixes from the internet, including installing the newest driver from lenovo, no luck so far.
As we all suspect it, the culprit it the touchPad and possibly the TrackPoint.
So I put on an USB mouse.
The mouse works, but the touchpad still rules the cursor to jump around.
Unfortunatelly and very frustatingly, I can't simply disable the touch-pad and the trackpoint.
BIOS does not have that option.
On Windows's driver property, the disabled button is greyed out.
Then on the UltraNav (version 126.96.36.199) does allow disabling it, but not completelly.
Please kindly inform me, which driver version that is humble enough, to let it be disabled completelly.
I'm afraid that the next logical action is to open this notebook and snap out the touchpad cable.
Thank you very much.