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paulclmnt1

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I recently installed Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit onto a Dell Latitude XT that had Windows Vista before. During the driver installation I noticed that the mouse cursor had acquired a bug, it jitters at rest after a restart and won't respond to the mouse commands until the password is entered. It also does the same thing when a dialog box opens needing a response to a permissions approval and I have to use the arrows to make my selection yes or no before it will move and then stop jittering. Any Suggestions as to a resolution to this problem?

 


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Ztruker

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That's a Touchscreen system. Download the mouse driver. Also download and install the latest video driver.

http://www.dell.com/...tude-xt/drivers

 

Look at Device Manager and see if there are any yellow marks. If so, what are they?


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