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Dell Inspiron B130

When I am typing a document the cursor jumps to a previous point in the document and inserts what I am typing at that point.

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  • Venuvious Nov 29, 2008

    yup! just typing along and poof! I look up and my cursor is in another field or somewhere in the middle of what I just typed!

    uered

    Haven't fig



    Aha! See what I mean! it just jumped from fig to the line above!

    let me know if you figure this one out!

    patrick_colton@hotmail.com



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Hello, this normally happens on laptops. I think that it is from the sensitivity of the touch pad. You would have to check the position of your hands when typing since when your finger happens to touch the pad unexpectedly, the cursor quickly jumps to where ever the mouse pointer is: As a result, whatever you type next will rather go there instead of your current position.
Hope that helps
Thanks

Posted on Dec 01, 2008

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