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troubleshooting Question

touch pad is jerky on one network works fine on another network

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The touchpad on my Dell Latitude E6410 laptop works fine at home but is jerky at the office. The only difference I can think of is different wireless networks. Both networks are on Suddenlink and use the same model router: TP-Link TL-WR841N.  The IP of the home network is 192.168.0.xxx and at work is 192.168.1.xxx  The touchpad driver is Dell (ALPS) v 8.1200.101.127. The Dell website and Windows update state it is up to date.

Any ideas for this weird problem?
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