Mouse pointer shaking problem.


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When I turn on my laptop, mouse pointer/cursor start shaking and I can't do copy to past any file and my laptop works slowly. But when I press any key on laptop's keyboard then the shaking problem has been stopped. After doing my works I turn off my laptop and when I turn on my pc then the shaking problem start again. I use windows 10 pro core i5 64bit. please help me, what can I do?
 

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Hi Suvashis,

I'm not certain what you mean by shaking mouse cursor - perhaps you mean its jumping up or down screen.

Something you could try that may alleviate this is the following:
  • Left-click on Start then left-click on the Settings cog
  • In the Windows Settings app select Devices
  • Now on the left side click Mouse
  • Now on the right side of the main window click Additional mouse options
  • In the Mouse Properties window that appears select the Pointer Options tab
  • Now remove the check next to Enhance pointer precision then click Apply
  • Now click OK
That may help stop this erratic behaviour
 
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Hi Suvashis,

I'm not certain what you mean by shaking mouse cursor - perhaps you mean its jumping up or down screen.

Something you could try that may alleviate this is the following:
  • Left-click on Start then left-click on the Settings cog
  • In the Windows Settings app select Devices
  • Now on the left side click Mouse
  • Now on the right side of the main window click Additional mouse options
  • In the Mouse Properties window that appears select the Pointer Options tab
  • Now remove the check next to Enhance pointer precision then click Apply
  • Now click OK
That may help stop this erratic behaviour
 
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Yes, thanks. This basically worked although the configuration was a bit different but no matter. I got to the mouse settings through devices, then slowed the cursor speed then adjusted the rate of travel where it showed a shaky cursor then hit apply and it worked.
 

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