There are at least two of us that have what my friend, who happens to be a Mac Systems Specialist, calls the flying cursor. We both have DP867 machines with a cursor that occasionly has a mind of it's own. It will jump to some other location on the screen with no input given. If it choses my "hot spot" corner the screensaver starts up. He thought it might be the mouse but now says that the same thing happened when he tried a Microsoft mouse. He says he can't find any reports of this behavior and wonders it we are the only ones. Does anyone else have this problem or have you seen anything about it?<br><br>
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