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10-23-2008 03:04 AM
I'm not sure if it has anything to do with the touchpad sensitivity. I decreased the senstivity under the Synaptics settings (the one which has to do exactly with this error....I.e. reduce sensitivity while typing), but this 'jumping around' error still occurs. I tried upgarding the drivers and then came back to the original drivers sent out from Lenovo, and this still happens. I haven't been able to find a solution, so I figure this is just an error with the Lenovo laptops. What I do now is after I start typing, I move the mouse cursor to the furthest edge of the screen so if this 'jumping' error happens, I don't accidently lose a bunch of the material that I've typed. That's a work-around solution I suppose.
04-14-2010 05:52 AM
I've had the problem. This fixed it for me. Go to Control Panel (I have Vista - go to Control panel, Classic View)
Mouse Icon or Mouse properites.
Click on Pointer Options and uncheck or clear the box that says "Enhance pointer precision."
Then click "Apply"
and then OK.
This worked for me. If you still have the problem, I refer you to other to other answers in the thread here.
06-15-2010 02:28 PM - edited 06-15-2010 02:38 PM
The same thing happens with my T500 running Windows 7. Lenovo sent me a new keyboard and I installed it but it did nothing to correct this annoying problem. Anyone have any more suggestions?
Deselecting "Enhance Pointer precision" did not solve the problem.