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HP Pavilion 6000 Notebook - Cursor

When typing in any format ( ie email word anything) the cursor jumps backward and i end up typing over what I have already done. No settings have been changed to my knowledge. Help!

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  • wellie123 Sep 30, 2008

    Thank you. Now I feel stupid

  • wellie123 Sep 30, 2008

    I did both and now it's working...I feel foolish but now it's working great! thanks

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Try this

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Hi,

Open the word documents and press CTRL + *

Let me know the result.

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See if your keyboard has been stuck.

try cleaning the buttons of the keyboard

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