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Why does the cursor jump all over the screen when I play various games on my lenovo lap top?

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Probably it some kind of calibration in game commands you didnt set

Posted on Sep 12, 2014

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SOURCE: TOSHIBA LAP TOP A135-S4656 SCREEN WENT BLANK BLACK

over heated the video area in it will have to cheak video card inside or motherboard chips on it got to hot when u play games on labtops u must ua labtop cooler never set it on your bed

Posted on Jan 27, 2008

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SOURCE: full screen

What games do you play?
In some internet games you can press F11 for full screen.
Though in most games you have to go through their menu's to get full screen.
In windows the default keystroke for fullscreen in Alt, Enter pressed together.
Though that is not a guarantee either.
Generally how to get full-screen is different from game to game in some sort of settings menu.
For instance I play Last Chaos online and it is automatically full-screen.
When I played runescape online I had to select full-screen at the log in screen.

Posted on Sep 17, 2008

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SOURCE: Back arrow not working and cursor jumping around

you laptop is going through a keyboard failure.

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

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SOURCE: my cursor moves until I actually go into windows.

touch pads allways have a isue i use a wireless keyboard and mouse problem solved or download drivers to fix pad

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SOURCE: When turning my Lenovo on...the

That blinking cursor is the way in which the BIOS is telling you that Windows is missing - its most critical, core files have been corrupted beyond repair. The only thing you can do is to reinstall using the recovery cd or your own Windows install disk.

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