mind of its own mouse

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kenny081064

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My mouse goes everywhere, like someone else is trying to control it, and even takes me to different pages or looses the stuff I am working on. Just bought this computer from a place that refurbished it and resold it. No tower and cordless keyboard and mouse. Please help. [email protected] Thank you soooooooo much
 
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and in addition to that try updating with the drivers but try and go through the mouse properties to see if anything is off or doesn't seem right but I will try plodr suggestion immediately after anything else
 

kenny081064

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my mouse scrolls by itself, brings up new pages, kicks me out of pages, just goes crazy all over the place, went to mouse settings but no help. I also notice a floating keyboard in the upper left of my screen on occasion. Tried to disable the touchpad but couldn't figure it out. I cleaned the eye and all that stuff, but all invain. if I cant find my way back here to check on help, my email is [email protected]
 

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I cant find my way back here to check on help
We don't do support by email
Bookmark the thread: http://forums.techguy.org/windows-7/1143489-mind-its-own-mouse.html

You failed to:
1. explain what no tower means (I assume from your second post that it means you have a laptop rather than a desktop computer)
2. Switched to a corded mouse and posted the results
3. Posted the brand and exact model of your computer so we can help disable the touchpad

A floating keyboard is the onscreen keyboard.
Programs/Accessories/Ease of Access/ On-screen keyboard
since the mouse doesn't work, use the touchpad to click the X in the upper right corner to turn it off.
 
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