Why is my trackpad being jumpy and at times unresponsive?
Every time I try to navigate with my cursor, it does not function smoothly or correctly.
The Motorola Lapdock 100, manufactured by Motorola in 2011, was created to adapt to the smartphone for easier use for typing and surfing the web.
Can you try using a USB mouse and see if the problem goes away? I'm trying to narrow down hardware versus software.
Also, a quick trip to the mouse control panel, you should be able to adjust the Touch pressure, make it require less effort to make contact with the trackpad.
Your sensors are dirty , get to the sensor and clean it with a damp Qtip. Common problem not a big deal
Belay my last answer I didn't realize it was on a laptop. Late.
I would try and erase the driver for it and reload it. Pretty possible the driver has gotten corrupted other wise just plug in a wireless one
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